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Subject: marking coax
From: JSTEINMAN@aol.com (JSTEINMAN@aol.com)
Date: Tue Jul 26 23:08:58 1994
Bought a "six pack" of multi-color
electrical tape for marking cables.
Doesn't give you much info unless
you keep good records of what's what.
Jeff KR0Y

>From Randy A Thompson <K5ZD@world.std.com>  Wed Jul 27 04:25:00 1994
From: Randy A Thompson <K5ZD@world.std.com> (Randy A Thompson)
Subject: Connector Marking
Message-ID: <Pine.3.89.9407262309.A5570-0100000@world.std.com>

One way to mark connectors is to buy some of electrical tape in different 
colors.  Use red for 80m, blue for 40, etc.  Stuff is cheap, and it does 
stick to the coax.  I don't have enough antenna combinations to go beyond 
about 4 colors.  If you need more, you can use double blue tapes, double 
red, etc.


>From Randy A Thompson <K5ZD@world.std.com>  Wed Jul 27 04:33:03 1994
From: Randy A Thompson <K5ZD@world.std.com> (Randy A Thompson)
Subject: Side mount help
Message-ID: <Pine.3.89.9407262331.A5570-0100000@world.std.com>

I need to mount 3 antennas to the side of my Rohn 45G tower.  Any good 
ideas on an inexpensive, easily available, means of mounting the antennas 
to the tower?

I know I can mount direct to the tower leg, but would prefer not to.



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