Can a cable line be spliced?
Coaxial cable wire is used for cable TV connections in your home. If you have multiple coaxial wires that don't quite reach from the cable source in your home to your TV or receiver box, you can splice multiple wires together, connecting multiple wires to create a single wire. via
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Can you join 2 coaxial cables together?
If you need to connect a coaxial video cable to a device and the cable isn't long enough, you can use a second coaxial cable to extend the length. The two cables can be connected quickly and easily using a coaxial coupler. via
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Do coaxial couplers reduce signal?
Splitters cut signal in half (3db). Couplers cut very little (0.5db). via
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Can you splice satellite cable?
A damaged or severed satellite coaxial cable doesn't happen often but requires attention when it does. Splicing a new section of coax onto the damaged piece requires a few tools and new coax. Once completed, the repair will restore satellite viewing and performance to normal standards. via
Why do I have two coaxial cables?
Dual runs give you wired options for networking over cable. For example, if you have a box at your primary TV that can output a copy of it's signal on a "cable out" jack, it means you could route that same signal to any other location in that new home. via
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Can you connect RG6 to RG11?
You can mix coaxial cable types. It's very common for RG11 to be used for long runs and RG6 to be used for shorter runs. Typically you would switch cable types at an intermediate closet where the RG11 cable will go into an amplifier and RG6 cable will come out. via
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How deep are cables buried?
The "rule of thumb" is that it should be buried at a depth that it is unlikely to be damaged. Metal conduit being stronger should be about 12" deep. PVC conduit CAN be damaged so it is at least 18" deep. Direct burial cable goes at least 22" deep to avoid be damaged by rototillers and the average digging process. via
How do I find a break in a coaxial cable?
A: You can search for a coax break with a simple capacitance test – a multimeter determines capacitance by charging a capacitor with a known current, measuring the resulting voltage, then calculating the capacitance. via