Reducing Attenuation Of Trunk And Feeder Cable (1985)

By Richard Thayer, Times Fiber Communications, Inc.

The availability of 550 MHz systems may require reduced cable attenuation to maintain economical amplifier spacings. Coax attenuation can be reduced by using thinner aluminum walls, decreased dielectric constants or larger cable sizes. Since each approach can compromise reliability if done in excess, an optimum combination of each factor is necessary. The design and development of such a cable is described.

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