0-900Mhz vs 900-2300MHz

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BK666

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You can't utilize regular CATV 0-900MHz RG-6 cable for Hi-freq (900-2300MHz) RG-6 Cable can you? for running between a switch and the DishIRD, wouldn't that cause signal issues? :confused:
 
BK666 said:
You can't utilize regular CATV 0-900MHz RG-6 cable for Hi-freq (900-2300MHz) RG-6 Cable can you? for running between a switch and the DishIRD, wouldn't that cause signal issues? :confused:
:) Cable only uses a maximum of 900Mhz so that is all they need their cable tested to. That dosen't mean that is the limit that the cable is good for it just means that is the spec. that was stipulated when the cable was ordered. You can probably use that RG-6 with no problem it just hasn't been tested at that frequency and guaranteed to be good to that level.
 

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