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CFD400 Coaxial Cable.

I am trying to network 2 office premises by installing 2 yagi antenna connected to wireless access point by using CFD400 coaxial cable.i am planning to use a 100 meter coaxial cable at 1 side and 10 meter of the same cable on the other side. Will it work or will there be to much signal loss if i use 100 meter length for the coax cable. Please advise. Thanks.
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MyloPrecariousCommented:
OK.  So the maximum cable length of one segment is 100 meters for the coax right? So the question is, is the WAP cabable of being a repeater to repeat the signal another 10 meters.  I think some WAP are capable of being repeaters.  Check the specs.  Just a thought.
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farazoiAuthor Commented:
Yes the WAP i'm using is capable of being repeaters. So can I say that if i use 100 meter of coax cable on 1 segment and another 10 meter on the other segment, there will be minimum data loss? please advise. THank you.
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MyloPrecariousCommented:
You know what?  I don't know.  I just looked at your question again and you have the CFD400 coaxial cable.  I am quite unfamiliar with this.  I found one good link to it.

http://nuke.freenet-antennas.com/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=15

I really couldn't tell you what these spec's mean.  Any Wireless WAN folks in the house that can help?
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MyloPrecariousCommented:
I can't edit my last post but I'm changing my answer to yes, you should be OK.  If you have regular coax cable, you should be OK.
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