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Posted: September 17, 2008 at 6:21 AM / IP Logged  
A CB signal (ESPECIALLY one coming out of a linear amp!) is a completely different beast compared to a high current DC power cable.
I wouldn't run a transmitter output near ANYTHING else, power or signal level. In the case of poorly shielded coax cable (most of what CBers use usually is) or an even slightly high VSWR on the transmission line, you can have high signal levels on the coax shield, which will radiate right into whatever is nearby.
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