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Old 15-Jun-2012, 1:36 PM   #3
Blackbeen
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Originally Posted by GroundUrMast View Post
Traditionally, TV antenna rotators have used 3 or 4 conductor, non-shielded cable between the control unit and the rotator. The Eagle Aspen design is unique in that it uses RG-6 coax instead.

So to answer your question, Yes, but RG-6 is cheap and easy to obtain now days so 'atypical' is not a bad thing.
Yes, she quoted me 50 Vs. 32 cent a foot so this is good.
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