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The chart in the post 3 link indicates that at higher frequencies, you'd see a 10-15 dB additional drop at that length (RG59 vs RG6). So, it may depend on what sort of signal you have in the first place, or if you put an amp by the antenna, etc.

There are people much more experienced with OTA that should be able to comment further.
 

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You can use any cable inside your home - that's where the demarcation point is - where the cable enters the home. Anything outside the home is not really yours, so if you use it and they decide to cut or remove it, don't blame them.
 
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