From: Fran Flynn (firstname.lastname@example.org)
I don't know what the markings mean.
10baseT is for twisted pair UTP, it's more likely 10base2,
if so then it's 50 ohm coax, if it has BNC's it's probably thinnet.
I'd use it for HF QRP. It might be better suited for Qrp than Qro.
>Has anyone had any experience with RG400 coax? It came from a 10baseT
>computer network. Markings on the cable:
>This cable is made by Thermax. I found several websites with some info
>on the cable...but dont find any attenuation data. The Thermax site
>shows 10.5 db/100' at 400 MHz. I'm wondering about for HF use.
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