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CablesOnline , 20ft RG8x Coax UHF (PL259) Male/Male 50 ohm Antenna Cable , R-U020

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Description

  • High Quality RG-8X Premium Coax antenna cable
  • (2) UHF PL-259 male plug
  • Great as jumpers to an antenna tuner, switch, meter or your main antenna
  • 50 Low-loss RG8x-min ; Fully molded ; Nickel-plated connectors
  • Length: 20 feet

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Customer Reviews

Works very well. i use this to feed my home built budi stick from my ts-440s. Using an antenna analyzer the vswr on the stick can be 1.1 on 20 meters and on other bands too. When i set the budi stick up my external and internal vswr meters both agree it is 1.1 and stays there weather i run 12 watts ft8 or 100 watts ssb. Cable shielding seems to be great as i have no rf in shack and noise pickup from close by houses is not a problem. Great buy for the money. 5Cheap Chinese Garbage I ordered this particular cable and paid extra because I thought it was American made and would be of higher quality. I have been fussing with my antenna setup for almost three weeks now and have been fighting with high SWR and high loss of power. I finally started paying attention to the cable and found that depending on which way I put slight pressure on the cable, my SWR would go from 1.8:1 to >25 meaning no connection. Apparently the connections on the PL-259 ends are not made very well and are not making a good connection. I finally got it to make a decent connection and then did a full analysis on the assembly. I found that on a 50' run of this cable, I am getting >8db cable loss. That means my 50 Watt Yaesu FT-8900r is only getting out about 7 watts. I will be contacting Amazon tonight to return this garbage. 1JUNK, don't buy this cable! Not usable, cheap PL-259 male connectors that do not fit - The outside threaded shell, the part that fits over and screws onto the mating SO-239 female connector, is too short to engage the threads on the SO-239. I tried this cable on two different SWR meters and the threaded shell would not grab the threads on the SO-239 connector of either meter. I also tried it on a dual band transceiver and it just barely caught one thread on the radio's SO-239 connector, just a fraction of a turn. The outside threaded shell on these connectors measured 0.6", the outside threaded shell on a good cable measured 0.7" and makes 4 or 5 turns on the SO-239 connector before it is tight. Whoever made this cable apparently decided to save a few cents by shortening up the outside threaded shell and ended up making a junk cable. This cable deserves a "0" rating. 1Heat Shrink Wrap, Not a Molded Connector as Depicted I have nine of these cables with molded connectors. Given the design of the connectors, you need to push and twist the cable until it locks into the female connector to insure good contact before tightening the coupler. The last cable I ordered from CablesOnLine in length 25 feet came with a heat shrink connector as pictured in this review. I could not get a good contact with this version of the connector. The connector was too short to make solid contact even when the coupling ring was fully seated. Unusable. 3Works fine. The pins are ever so slightly larger than ... Used it to connect discone from radshack to a noo-elec ham it up upconverter and then RTL-SDR usb dongle. Works fine.The pins are ever so slightly larger than they need to be, which i consider a good thing.The tightening nuts are sort of annoying. anyone who's had a few CBs knows what i mean when i say you have to push the female side into this, turn, push and twist female side, turn, push and twist to lock the teeth, then finally turn it to tight. this is because the "nut" part doesn't traverse up and down very much, due to the plastic part that the cable attaches to.no big deal, this is cheap, good cable, and i don't intend to loosen or disconnect it very much, if ever again. 5Great value and good performance I used to have a 25ft cable, and that wasn't long enough. The vendor/supplier shipped it quickly, and I wasn't disappointed at all. I've now used it a few times for Parks on The Air (POTA), and hookup and disconnection of the HF rig and antenna were no problem at all. I'd certainly recommend this to anyone that needs a good portable cable (or even for home for that matter). :) 5Do not order if you are in the US I don t know what country uses these connectors, but these are not the connectors you see on coax cables in the US. They are much larger. Will not attach to TV. Then when you ask for a refund, they keep 25% of what you paid so you don t get a full refund. 1Good feed line, well constructed. Well, it's 50' of 50 Ohm Coax. If this changes your life, you probably have bigger issues.That said, it works. The connectors seem solid - the fit well with low loss and seem to be well installed. The cable is reasonably flexible and so far has been a good feed line to my antenna. I was concerned with how tightly it was coiled in packaging (I'm obsessive on loosely hand coiling cables from way back) but it lost the tight loops pretty quickly.When I was young, I bought various cables on the cheap and spent a lot of time re-connectoring them. Then I went through a phase of always building my own cables. Now I'm older and would rather spend my time on the air (or online) than fabricating cables. This is a solid compromise. I'm working on my next antenna and will buy another of these for it.Not much of an aesthetic to discuss...it's 50 Ohm feed cable. Black with metal dealies on the ends. Most of it's in the attic to the antenna. 5Save Your Money! With (Ham Radio) Field Day approaching, I ordered two different brands of 50ft, RG8x Coax assemblies. One, (Chinese) I expect to be trashed during Field Day in a high traffic area, and this one that I was glad to pay $10 extra for quality USA Made, Times Microwave, made by MPD, for semi permanent use at my home station.When my cables arrived I was shocked that they were identical assemblies, down to the way the wire ties were twisted around the coils. The only difference was one was sealed in a bag with a sticker giving the ASIN number (B00D66RDYQ same as in the Amazon description), and one was loose, with no packaging, except for to a paper sticker saying it was made in China. The bagged, supposed USA made cable had no origin of manufacture marking.Both cables are highly rated, and look and work as they should, but they obviously were made on the same assembly line. There is not .10 cents , much less a $10 worth of difference in these two cables. Save your money. If you want / need high quality, better than Radio Shack coax, I recommend looking elsewhere. I m giving one star as I don t believe you are getting what you pay for.Here s a link to the other Chinese cable. If you look, you ll see they both even look alike in their product photographs.https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B004EFNHXE/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 1This is truly junk, and I don't often use this term. This is one of three purchases of CablesOnline RG8x from AZsales. I don't believe I have ever been so ripped off. I had occasion to break one of the cables down to make a few jumper cables. When I cut into the cable and inspected it, I found the copper shield to be made up of ridiculously thin and sparse coppler strands. A shield should fully encase the inner parts of the coax, but most of the inner sheath was uncovered by the shield. There was only about 30% of the amount of shielding that I have seen in any coax that I have worked with through the years. Given the price for this cable, it should be of a premium construction.Now, I'm going to have to remove and replace the other two cables that I will purchase from a more reliable source. It will not be from anyone selling coax on Amazon, to be sure. 1
CablesOnline , 20ft RG8x Coax UHF (PL259) Male/Male 50 ohm Antenna Cable , R-U020

CablesOnline , 20ft RG8x Coax UHF (PL259) Male/Male 50 ohm Antenna Cable , R-U020

4.4
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€53,00
Sale price
€53,00
Regular price
€86,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 38% (€33,00)