I do not recall if CATV pin connectors were made for 1/2 inch cable, but
certainly they are for 3/4" hardline. I have seen pin connector adapters that
go to type N. But they have the smaller, 75 ohm center conductor. Mating with
a 50 connector or adapter would spread the center contacts a bit. But, who
cares when it's all free!
73 charlie, k1xx
Steve Maki <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>Well, they do make female F connectors for anything up to .750, but
>normally it's terminated with pin connectors. The pin connectors though
>are useful as a starting point to transition to UHF.
>On 11/7/2012 9:49 AM, Jim W7RY wrote:
>> Is this 75 Ohm CATV cable?
>> If so, there are NO standard adapters or connectors. The cable TV
>> industry does not use "connectors" on this type of coax. The cable
>> connects directly to the device through a hole in the side of the
>> Jim W7RY
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