RG-59 & Amplifier?

Quite so. Typo on my part.

Most people are not aware, that there used to be a channel 1 in North America, but it was reallocated, due to interference problems. The 50-54 MHz spectrum is now the 6 M amateur radio band.

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James Knott
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Yes, a rather interesting history behind Channel 1. For a bit more detail, go to and download "Whatever happened to Channel ?" Some other good downloads there, as well. Some pretty good stuff on the "Links" page, also.



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Ed Nielsen

It is true that using 5-65 MHz as return channel will block several lowers channels on the cable. And indeed here it does that. But that's not too much of a problem, because those are generally to much used and there are lots of channels on the higher frequencies.

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Tomi Holger Engdahl

Ed Nielsen wrote in news:XN6dnYoUcqJnkqzfRVn- snipped-for-privacy@comcast.com:

Yup, I believe Electroline sells 2 version of this amp, but I haven't seen the 5-65mhz model before... I believe most that are on eBay are the 5-42 MHz version.

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Lucas Tam

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