I'm wondering just what sort of tension these things are being subject
to. I tend to believe that co-ax connectors are there to make
reasonably solid electrical contact, the physical stuff is sorted by
other means. I've never had such a failure.
The jacket and braid of co-ax (not hardline) can always be pushed back
from the centre dialectric. I try to use crimp type where available.
In the case of PL259 with soldered centre conductor and braid the two
are locked in place.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Gary Schafer" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Bill VanAlstyne, W5WVO" <email@example.com>
Cc: "_Mailing List Tower-Talk" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, January 18, 2005 1:12 PM
Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] N connectors pulling off
> Possibly you are not getting the braid conductors all flat when
> installing. You must not have any of the strands overlap others. If
> do that raises that part of the connector fit and the rest will not
> Gary K4FMX
> Bill VanAlstyne, W5WVO wrote:
> > The thread on PL-259s has been very instructive, and appreciated.
> > having problems with genuine Amphenol N connectors (clamp/solder
> > installed on Belden 9913F7 coax. And yes, I did buy the type of N
> > specified for this cable type (82-202-1006, as opposed to the
> > characterized for RG-8).
> > Problem is, the connectors seem to pull off very easily,
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