At 07:27 AM 6/21/2007, Pat Barthelow wrote:
>Uh - Oh...
>This is almost like the true north thread. Well discussed, addressed,
>Crimp Connectors seem to have every thing...Reliability, speed/ease of
>installation, longevity, if proper tools are used. Especially good choice
>in your situation. Preferred method for Aircraft installations, though for
>BNCs and N connectors, not PL-259s.
I'd agree. The only disadvantage is the cost of the tool. You need
both a good stripper that does *exactly* the right strip of the coax
AND a crimper and dies that *match* the connector you're
using. There are lots of slightly different connectors, and crimping
with the wrong die will almost work right.
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