Coax Cable Connector - Coaxial Cable Connector - Antenna Cable - RG8X Coax Connector - Coaxial Cable 50 Ft - RG8X Coaxial Cable - UHF Antenna Cable - Male To Male Cable - 15.2 M - STEREN 205-750
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- 7 UHF RADIO CABLE: Steren's premium RG8X Mini 50 Ohm coax cable.
- STEP UP FROM RG58 COAX CABLE: For high-powered applications or users who want the best coax.
- MULTI USE PL259 ANTENNA: Great as jumpers to an antenna tuner, switch, meter or your main antenna.
- HIGH QUALITY: A RG8X coaxial cable pl259 is perfect for CB, Amateur and Two-Way Radio Applications.
- FULLY MOLDED PL 259 CABLE: UHF to UHF antenna with male plug and nickel-plated connectors.
|Cable Length||50 feet|
|Connector Gender||Female , Female|
|Connector Type||Rg8x to Rg8x|
|Ean||0884645116643 , 5596692182544|
|Item Weight||1.00 pounds|
|Number of Items||1|
|Style||RG8X Coaxial Cable|
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Outstanding Performance in Connectivity | Great as jumpers to an antenna tuner, switch, meter or your main antenna
The Right Cable for the Right Job
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UHF - UHF Mini RG8x Antenna Cable
Size: 50-Feet | Style: RG8X Coaxial Cable
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I took a chance because of a great price, but you get what you pay for. I returned this cable.
My insertion loss measurements were as follows:
146MHz : -3.9 dB (~40% of my transmit power reached the antenna)
446MHz: -9.2 dB (~12% of my transmit power reached the antenna)
this is a GREAT CABLE for under 100mhz. CB'ers take note, it's fine for 1500 watts. and low loss center copper is braided. dont listen to the "You need 9913 or RG 213" no, you really don't. I have an imax 2000 on some thin radio shack 18 year old trash coax that I routinely fire 1000 watts thru and talk 1500 to 6400 miles on 10/11 meters. and this cable is far superior to that. low loss, when I swept it i got the least loss from 3 to 58 mhz (.2db to 1.4db @ 100 feet) for HF work this cable is actually pretty good, and 18 bucks for 100 feet is 18 cents a foot. with molded PL 259s. .take a look at at the 50 feet pkg being MORE money, buy this, cut to length and solder on the end and you'll have a backup cable too. or enough to do a few vehicle antennas.
This RG8X is excellent HF cable, not so good for VHF/UHF as it's very lossy above 130 mhz, and I use LMR400 Exclusively for anything above 100mhz...LMR240 is also an option, but remember the LMR cables have a solid center conductor and it will break if you swap radios often, LMRis very inflexible and will crack internally without warning if subject to stress, wind movement or extreme cold. so use a pigtail of a flexible wire to avoid moving the LMR.
this stuff is well priced, good quality and delivered in 1 day. ordering more.
5 stars are warranted
Attenuation as follow (actual measures):
Better results and cheaper than the bulk RG-8x/u sold by the major HAM outlet ;-), plus it comes with good connector correctly installed. I needed 70' and it was perfect for the use (20m antenna).
Will definitely come back for more in the future
p.s.: I use it inside my house in dry/shaded environment. No idea how it would behave outdoors