This is a very eye opening article. I wonder if it would explain how Internet connection speed might be affected by the ampacity of cable?
The reason that I ask is that I have cable for Internet, but I often have slow Internet speeds. I realize that if you have cable, you have other people in the neighborhood who are using the same connection, and that could create congestion and therefore reduce your Internet speed.
However, I wonder if having some coaxial cable outdoors, or in the heat, or in various gauges or lengths – factors which would affect its ampacity according to this article – would play a factor in the speed of the transmission as well.
I am beginning to think that it would, although I don’t know for sure whether the specs on my cable are “good” or “bad” all things considered.