100 ft. Wilson-400 Ultra Low-Loss Cable (N-Male to N-Male) | 952300

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Product Description

100' of 50-Ohm, low-loss, black WILSON-400 COAX cable; N-Male to N-Male.
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Specs

Model Number:952300
Price$ 139.99

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    Asked by Mike 9 months ago

    Question: How long of a cable can I use with my out side antenna?

    Answer: Thank you for your question! We typically don't want to recommend anything over 100 ft. but if that is within your range then you should be okay to use this coax cable. The weaker the signal is it outside, the less coax you want to have since the longer the coax runs are the less signal you'll receive inside to the antenna leaving you with a smaller coverage area and not as powerful signal strength inside. This coax is great for long runs but is hard to maneuver since it's a lot thicker cable. Please let us know if there's anything else we can assist with by calling our customer support at 866-294-1660 or our online support at [email protected] Thank you!

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    Asked by donovan 3 years ago

    Question: Is this cable UL listed and approved??

    Answer: Thank you for your question. Our cable is not currently UL Listed/Approved at this time. For additional questions, please reach out to us here: [email protected]

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    Asked by Faith man 3 years ago

    Question: Can I use this cable with the Connect 4GX / 471104?

    Answer: Thank you for your question! Yes, this cable type is compatible with the 471104. You'll just want to ensure your signal is adequate to handle a 100 foot length of cable. For assistance with this or any other questions you have, you can reach us here: http://support.weboost.com/hc/en-us/requests/new

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    Asked by Old Foggie 4 years ago

    Question: How much attenuation does the LMR 400 cable have?

    Answer: Thank you for reaching out to us. Here are some of the basic specifications of LMR 400: In 800 MHz it loses about .45 dB per 10' In 1900 MHz it loses about .7 dB per 10' If you have any other questions feel free to reach out to us here: http://support.weboost.com/hc/en-us/requests/new

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    Asked by Gerry2482 4 years ago

    Question: Hi is the WILSON 400 ultra low loss coax cable 75 ohms or 50 ohms.Waiting reply Regards,Gerry

    Answer: Thank you for your question, Gerry. The Wilson 400 (LMR 400) cable is 50 ohm. For any other questions you might have, feel free to reach us at our online support center here: http://support.weboost.com/hc/en-us/requests/new

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