At 08:49 PM 6/28/2007, Gary Mayfield wrote:
>Greetings, I thought I would ask the list about their
>experience withbulkhead coax feed-throughs. I'm running coax into
>my shack and thewalls are made of 2" x 6" construction. I have seen
>both UHF andType 'N' bulkhead connectors that are 10 inches
>long. This shouldbe long enough to get me all the way from inside
>to outside with alittle extra space for a grounding plate. Has
>anyone ever looked athow these bulkheads perform? I am hoping to
>run up to 1296 MHz throughone of the type 'N' variety. Thanks and 73,Joe
They should work fine (I've used the N type).
However, another alternative is to knock a hole in the wall and
install a metal box (like an electrical feeder panel) between the
studs (or two boxes, back to back). That way, all your connectors
don't stick out from the wall.
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