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BNC's are available in 50 and 75 ohm. The choice depends on your application (50 ohms for GPP is typical). High quality versions are good to about 4Ghz. Just check the mfg's specs.

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I used BNC until I found unreliable results when I was using my helical one day, I found the signal strength would change when I reconected the aerial some times. I use 'N' type now and the results are perfect every time !

Terry

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ok to use a short length of rg58u ( about a foot )

Loss is 3dB per foot. Skip the coax.

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ok first tests were disappointing - slightly less range than old antenna

What was your old Rx antenna?

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Then there is definately something wrong if your range did not change. Are you sure your system is 2.4Ghz?

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