The 9913 flex, LMR400, buryflex (and maybe others I don't know about)
have a larger center conductor that will not fit many of the
"standard" connectors. N connectors for sure you need special
connectors. I have used some "standard" solder type connectors with
9913 flex, but the crimp needs to be special.
At 01:44 AM 4/29/2008, Jeff Stevens wrote:
>I'm looking to do some runs of 9913 flex: a run from my shack to the
>roof (through the attic) for VHF/UHF and another run (likely through
>conduit) to an HF wire antenna in the pasture.
>Until now, most of my work has been with RG-8X type cable with PL
>connectors (and reducer).
>Some sources I've come across say that I can use "standard" PL / Type N
>connectors with 9913 flex while others suggest I need to use connectors
>specific to 9913. Can someone give me the straight scoop? Can I use
>"standard" RG-8 type sized connectors with 9913 flex or do I need
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