I have bought cables with that end on them from Tentec in past years. It
wasn't possible from Yaesu, though their gear uses them too.
73, Jerry, K0CQ
On 1/29/2011 11:12 PM, Stephen Cannon wrote:
> If you contact Paul at Ten Tec I believe that he can sell you one (he
> offered to sell me one last year).
> Stephen AD7TD
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Barry N1EU
> Thanks guys!
> Anybody happen to have two sockets lying around or alternately a 14in or
> longer cable with a TMP plug on one end?
> Thanks& 73,
> Barry N1EU
> On Sat, Jan 29, 2011 at 9:09 PM, Stephen Cannon
>> I think a more correct term for that connector is the "Taiko Denki TMP
>> plug". The following link provides detailed information about the plug
>> the jacks that are available for it.
>> Stephen AD7TD
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Dr. Gerald N. Johnson
>> Its called a rocket connector from the fins after crimping. It only
>> assembles by crimping on small cables. I think all the mates are PC
>> board mount. Amphenol is one maker though they tend to not be in
>> distributor catalogs. They are used for RF connections in many rice
>> boxes too. I don't think there is a hand crimper, but I've been able
>> to buy single ended cables from Tentec parts fairly reasonably for
>> replacements and for test cables.
>> 73, Jerry, K0CQ
>> On 1/29/2011 10:04 AM, Barry N1EU wrote:
>>> I've got a coupla questions about the mini coax jumpers used in the
>>> Omni 6 and many radios. Please see: http://n1eu.com/minicoax.jpg
>>> 1. What is the proper name for that connector?
>>> 2. Is there any way to extend a cable for test purposes? Is there a
>>> female-female connector that would join two of these together?
>>> Thanks& 73,
>>> Barry N1EU
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