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It's probably unknowable whether or not that 8x8 post is capable of supporting an 18 foot lever, er mast, attached to it. What is the strength of the wood? How deeply is it set in the ground? Etc. Will the telecom make any requirements as to the materials of the mast? Steel tubing and pipe can often be had in continuous lengths up to 24 feet; you could set ...


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In my years of cable television, specifically a small over-builder operation, I participated in erecting plenty of tiny remote head-ends which required off-the-air signals. Antenna tower segments of ten foot lengths nested to each previous segment to provide the necessary height. The tower segments are common, moderately priced (useless reference) and quite ...


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In my experience, where there are problems with old coax for new internet, it isn't the cable itself causing the problems but rather the connectors, splitters and other "stuff". But the end result is that if it worked for 200 Meg. it will very likely work for 400 Meg. Where I see problems, they generally happen at much slower speeds, so since you ...


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Other than the pesky but unknown question of "exactly which type is it" coaxial cable has not really changed much in 50 years. If it's not defective, it will probably work. Otherwise, it's 50 feet, replace it, or let the provider replace it. Most providers will allow you to try a new service speed and decline if it does not work for you at the ...


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