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LLigetfa

join:2006-05-15
Fort Frances, ON
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reply to treichhart

Re: [Equipment] How can I run 650' of cable from my house to my

If you intend to go aerial, consider using a coax with messenger. There exists coax + power to use the power pair. You could use messenger and the shield to deliver DC voltage to the far end or dual coax with messenger and use the second coax for power.

There is also coax + power without messenger.

Use MoCA adapters to deliver ethernet.

CAT5 could go the distance if forced to 10 mbps and some folk will pull a second CAT5 cable and quad up the pairs to carry the DC current.
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said by LLigetfa:

You could use messenger and the shield to deliver DC voltage to the far end or dual coax with messenger and use the second coax for power.

Or just run the power over the coax using a pair of power inserters.

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LLigetfa

join:2006-05-15
Fort Frances, ON
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Yes, but I had concerns for the MoCA adapters WRT DC decoupling and also voltage drop with the centre conductor.