Water and corrosion are the enemies of radio signals carried by wireless networks and radio and TV antennas. Moisture leads to inefficient physical connections and a noisy line. Corrosion results in the destruction of the line's ability to carry signals.
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This question bugged me after trying to exchange the connectors of a 25m long Aircell7 coax cable. During preparation I discovered a black inner conductor. I seems water entered the cable.
QRZ Forums. I have a Carolina Widom Dipole and with all the heavy rains we have been having lately I now notice water coming out of the end of my coax in the house. When I leave the radio I take the coax out of the back of it and place the end in a glass jar in case of lightning and this past Sunday I noticed water in the jar. This is new ' section of RG8U less than 45 days in service with no cut's or nicks in the line My first question is, how to stop the water getting into the coax?