You might call The Rf Connection and talk to Joel. I have always found
him to be forthright about the quality of the connectors he sells, while
acknowledging that he does sell some cheap junk because that's what many
hams demand. Also, the quality differentiation is pretty evident on his
73, Pete N4ZR
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On 4/9/2012 10:52 AM, John Becker wrote:
> There has been discussion recently about the quality of UHF connectors
> from manufacturers other than Amphenol. The consensus has been that they
> should be avoided.
> I'm replacing some feedlines, and was considering using UHF bulkhead
> connectors to bring them through the wall. Presently, they just go
> through with no connector. The problem is that AFAIK Amphenol only makes
> a 2" long UHF bulkhead connector and I would need 6".
> These are readily available, but the manufacturer seems to be unknown.
> For instance, I've seen them at Dayton from this dealer:
> Any thoughts on this subject? Thanks!
> John, K9MM
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