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 How to Use a Coaxial Cable for an Antenna?

Answer Building an antenna out of an existing coaxial cable is a great way to get on the air quickly and start receiving those transmissions. Using a 50 Ohm coaxial cable, which will connect directly to t... Read More »
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How to Attach an Existing Coaxial Cable to an Antenna?

There is a small coaxial cable that runs out the bottom of all antennas. This coaxial cable connects to most VCRs and televisions. However, you may find that the cable from the antenna does not str... Read More »
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How to Connect a Coaxial Cable Antenna to a Stand-Alone Drake R4-C?

The Drake R4-C is a vintage amateur band receiver utilizing vacuum tubes and semiconductors. It was a relatively low-output radio capable of producing two watts of audio output. Signal strength is ... Read More »
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Does coaxial cable give more cable than white cable?

My dog chewed off the end of a coaxial cable tv cord. will it still give me cable tv somehow?

you will need a new oneeven if it did work its picture would be poorthey are very cheap and you can find them annywhere there is tv stuff
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