lmr 600 ?

Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by N8OBU, Aug 14, 2019.

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  1. N8OBU

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    ok is this 50 ohm or 75 ohm looks like if it was 75 ohm it should say lmr600-75 yhjf0cdjsbryq7dh3kr7.jpg ?
  2. KP4SX

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    Let's see an end view. You usually can tell by centre conductor ratio/size.
  3. KK5JY

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  4. WA9SVD

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    A 75 Ohm cable would NOT have an LMR-600 number... Just sayin':rolleyes:
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  5. WB2WIK

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    It should be 50 Ohms.

    But you can use calipers or a micrometer to measure the center conductor diameter and compare it to the specification; 75 Ohm cable of the same outside diameter will have a smaller diameter center conductor.
  6. N8OBU

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  7. N8OBU

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    sorry i dont have it in front of me all i got was pictures too i have a chance to pick up a spool of it
    all of the 75 ohm stuff i seen said lmr 600-75 on it not that it would matter for hf anyway
  8. KY5U

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    Loss per 100 feet at 30mHz.

    LMR600 .4 DB
    RG8 .6 DB

    The difference is negligible unless you're antenna run is longer than 300 feet.
  9. N8OBU

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    i guess ill go pick it up and roll the dice

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