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#261676 11/12/08 11:58 PM
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How far can I run 734 and 735 coaxial cable w/o a repeater,?

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#261677 11/13/08 05:46 AM
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735 coax should be good for at least 300'.

734 coax ahould be good for at least 450'. I've heard of people getting 500 and even 600' though.

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#261678 11/14/08 05:49 AM
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Sam is correct. If you're in doubt of the length, 734 will be your best bet.


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734 without a doubt. 735 should only be used to x-conn at a dsx-3 panel or for a connection to CPE a very short distance away from the dsx-3.


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