I was just wondering about this myself. Is there a thumb rule, like, 200' of RG6 typically costs 3dB?1: If the run is less than 200', there shouldn't be a problem that a good pre-amp can't overcome.
hehehe....he said "generous lobes.". It all depends on just how directional the antenna is. Some have pretty generous lobes.
Try this; go to TV Fool - Home, jump through the hoops, do "Save Image As" and then attach the PNG image file to this thread. Or leave us your zip code so that we can look at it.What antenna would work for the 335 to 316 range of stations
Yes, there is; it could be as much as 11 dB at that length. Loss is directly proportional to both cable length and frequency. See the attached chart, which is from Ken Nist's fine antenna discussion in hdtvprimer.com.I was just wondering about this myself. Is there a thumb rule, like, 200' of RG6 typically costs 3dB?
Nice pun, Beavis.hehehe....he said "generous lobes."
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