Radiating or “leaky” coaxial cables are popular antennas for regions that are difficult to cover with conventional antennas. Examples of such areas are underground mines, railway and automobile tunnels, parking garages, hospitals, airports, office buildings, ships, underground military installations and offshore oil rigs. Radiating cables sometimes are buried to provide information services to travelers using the AM and FM broadcast bands. Most leaky coaxial cable provides ...

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