S/36 is back on ebay...
ethan.dicks at gmail.com
Tue Dec 26 21:52:42 CST 2006
On 12/22/06, Charles H. Dickman <chd_1 at nktelco.net> wrote:
> Patrick Finnegan wrote:
> > No, it's a coaxial pair, not twisted pair. And a Balun is
> > also "necessary" because of the impedence difference between the
> > cables.
> What sort of cable is typically used in place of twinax when the BALUNs
> are used?
My recollection of the cabling at the place my baluns came from was
CAT3 network cable. We reused a wad of CAT3 patch cables from their
patch board as station-to-wall jack leads for our 10Mbps VoIP phones
(thus saving our CAT5 cables for workstation use).
Someone else here on the list might come along and say that's out of
spec, but I've seen it in the real world.
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