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* '''Cable (insertion) losses''' must be taken into account when using antennas with long cables. It is a measure of the amount of energy that is absorbed by transmission line (cable) as signal travels down and it is measured in decibels (dB). In general, a smaller diameter cable has more loss than larger diameter cable. For a specific cable type (different cable types have different losses), the longer the cable length the greater the amount of energy it absorbs. Also, losses depend on frequency – the higher the frequency the greater the loss.
 
* '''Cable (insertion) losses''' must be taken into account when using antennas with long cables. It is a measure of the amount of energy that is absorbed by transmission line (cable) as signal travels down and it is measured in decibels (dB). In general, a smaller diameter cable has more loss than larger diameter cable. For a specific cable type (different cable types have different losses), the longer the cable length the greater the amount of energy it absorbs. Also, losses depend on frequency – the higher the frequency the greater the loss.
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