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Tooway Cable

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Apr 22nd, 2012 at 10:37am  
Hi guys,

Based on my other post. I'm looking for a rugged RG6/RG11 cable I can use on my too way system that will withstand some hard wear and tear.

I've saw an american company selling TCOM-400 cable which looks similar to what I need.

If anyone knows where I can go to order some or even make me one up. I'll gladly pay for it Smiley

The characteristics are below (Based on Tooways website):

- Double Shielding (foil and braid)
- Solid Copper centre conductor (not CCS - Copper-coasted steel)
- Conductor diameter 1mm RG6 and 1.63mm RG11 Minimum
- Frequency rating of 2Ghz, 2.3Ghz or higher ideally
- Compression connector
- Low resistance (less than 3 ohms at 30m)
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Reply #1 - Apr 22nd, 2012 at 10:50am  
A normal RG6 cable will do the job without any problem, we use it everywhere (fix and mobile) and in extreme conditions. Make sure you use also proper F connectors.
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