It is 18 gauge. I was just surprised that this cable was 1 ghz where other cables are labelled as 3 ghz in the Newmar motorhome in other locations. I could not find any writing on the other two cables in that compartment. I guess I am lucky that I did not decide to go the Hopper 3 route being it requires 3 ghz cabling.Even a good RG-59 that's 20 gauge will work, the cheap stuff that's 22 gauge causes issues.
Not necessarily so, I placed the cable that my Hopper 1 and now 3 works on in June, 1987. They have worked perfectly on that cable since March, 2012. I seriously doubt that it was swept to 3 ghz, I'm not even sure it is RG-6 but the copper is heavier than RG-59.I guess I am lucky that I did not decide to go the Hopper 3 route being it requires 3 ghz cabling.
This would not be impossible, but it would be very hard to do this in a motorhome. Plus pulling my H3 and J3 out of the house is not something I want to do. These do the bulk of my recording while we travel and the H3 is in an entertainment center and not easy to access.This will absolutely work as a wally is a rebranded 211 with a different UI. However, it would behoove you too just switch to 3ghz double braided@75ohms to support a hopper and Joey system.