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maddog707 said:
Does anyone have that type of cable in their setup?
Belden 1694 is one such cable that is designed and marketed for use in the TV studio. It's major thing is it uses CU shielding instead of AL. With the price of copper, you're going to pay through the nose for it.

D* signal only goes to 2150 GHz, so a cable swept to 2200 or 3000 GHz is more than enough. The whole "swept" thing is sort of bogus, as it not how high it is swept but the slope of the falloff in db as you go higher and higher.

Take a look at the thread "Belden RG6" on this forum from a couple of days ago for more.
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