I know of a source that I used when I had my antenna company for Type "F"
female "T" connectprs. It's not Amphenol and I don't know if they will sell
to an individual. Maybe they'll send you a sample!
Try Sparta Industries in Scottsdale, AZ (602) 995-1477. The part number is
At 11:21 PM 8/4/2003, Jim White, K4OJ wrote:
>I have been unable to find the following on the web, perhaps someone "in
>the industry" can tell me if it exists.
>I am looking at Amphenol brand T-Connectors that are F X F X F, all three
>connection points are female. I am like a bunch of others getting ready
>to do the stub thing - it is too hot in FL to do antenna work now - and am
>hoping to go this route since I can use them without any double female on
>that middle tee point.
>If I can fabricate up all my stubs, separation lines, etc. with PL259's it
>will be easy to put it all together...
>Several of the usual ham radio connector suppliers have FXFXF fittings but
>they are imports.
>Over the past 30 years of hamming and a lot of connector failures I have
>adopted a personal "only Amphenol" rule (others feel the same way - it
>just isn't worth it to gamble on a connector of dubious quality) and am
>going to try and stick with it...
>SO, are you in the trade and have an Amphenol catalogue... from what I see
>on the web they only have F X M X F option.
>See: http://www.mscomputer.com for "Self Supporting Towers", "Wireless
>Weather Stations", and lot's more. Call Toll Free, 1-800-333-9041 with
>any questions and ask for Sherman, W2FLA.
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