I'll take a look. I've heard RF Connection mentioned before.
On 4/11/2011 5:21 PM, Steve Katz wrote:
> There are different size pin type N crimp connectors available.
> Bury-Flex, like LMR400 and 9913 etc. has an oversized center conductor
> that takes a pin with a larger opening.
> If you look here and scroll down to item #11101400, that one works fine
> for this: http://therfc.com/n.htm
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> Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] Crimp on Type N
> On 04/11/11 01:34 pm, Mike wrote:
>> What's the secret for getting the center pin of a crimp-on type N
> connector onto the
>> center conductor of Bury-Flex? Is it OK to clip a couple of strands?
> Are you sure they don't make different versions of the connector for
> cables with different center conductors? I recently used a bunch of
> clamp-type N-connectors (bought on ebay) on Bury-Flex and the center
> pins fitted perfectly. But I later bought a couple more at a hamfest and
> had to cut off some strands.
> Alan NV8A
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