I kept wondering why this wasn't suggested in the first place - I see it done
at commercial 2-way radio tower sites all the time. Proper
weatherproofing/waterproofing of the mating connectors being done with tape,
Scotchkote or whatever being used, of course.
Am I missing something obvious?
>From: Ed Richardson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Sent: Aug 27, 2008 5:05 PM
>Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] Splicing LDF4
>I think the best way to splice the cable length would be to use an
>Andrew Male N on one end and a female N on the other. Provides a great
>solid connection that can be undone if required. Connectors can often be
>found at local flea markets or even on EBay for a fraction of the cost
>of new ones.
>This way cable will last for years without maintenance.
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