Coax is a pretty generic term. Coax comes in many sizes, a variety of
impedances and loss specifications, and suitabilities for assorted
combinations of capabilities like in-wall, outdoor, plenum, etc.
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You might want to check, but in many installations the baseboard is 3/8
to 1/2" off the floor and you can tuck the coax in that gap below the
baseboard and behind the carpet. Its quick and easy and the coax will
never see the light of day. And standard coax fits fine.
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