Gayle    I have nothing but lmr400 ultra flex. It handles 1.5 kw+ which is 
great when you upgrade your class and antenna and rig with an AMP. My first 
vert was with lmr400 ultra flex and that cable is still in use after 10 yrs. 
JERRY Muller. K9GEM


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-------- Original message --------From: Gayle Dotts via BVARC <bvarc@bvarc.org> 
Date: 8/9/17  4:23 PM  (GMT-06:00) To: BRAZOS VALLEY AMATEUR RADIO CLUB 
<bvarc@bvarc.org> Cc: Gayle Dotts <gayle.do...@gmail.com> Subject: Re: [BVARC] 
Coax cable question 
So bottom line..... yes!  For a little bit more in financial expense on the 
LMR400 cable from RG8x you will noticeably benefit in increased receiving 
ability as well as transmiting from the upgrade. thanks.
On Wed, Aug 9, 2017 at 11:55 AM, Gayle Dotts <gayle.do...@gmail.com> wrote:
For use in HF at 28.000 Mhz frequency, length 75-100 feet, is LMR400 cable 
worth it for better RX/TX attenuation?



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