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  • EDIT: I found an article that I think answered my question. I misunderstood what the 50 ohms was referring to.

    This was a fantastic guide! It worked no problem on my Arduino Uno with the default wiring that was given for the RedBoard. One question though. I need to use a remote antenna, and the guide says to use a 50 ohm coax cable, but does this mean 50 ohms OR LESS, or is a little bit of resistance actually required? And I assume this means that both the ANT and the GND lines inside the coax should EACH be 50 ohms? I googled around a bit and couldn't find a satisfying answer. Thanks!

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