Dynafoam Coax Comes of Age For CATV (1971)

By John Arbuthnott, Jr., P.E.

Two years ago, Times Wire and Cable introduced a new low loss, high efficiency, semiflexible coaxial sheath cable designed primarily for use in Cable Television Systems. Since that time over three thousand miles of cable has been manufactured, delivered on site and installed. This paper is to further inform the industry about this, to our mind, important development.

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