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Re: Re: preamp power



Greg:

go to: http://www.rfparts.com/connectors.html#N
the part you want is RFN-1028-2L2   ....$9.65 (1-9)

It is an N-Female cable (crimp-style).  I didn't search to see if they had
a clamp style.
BTW the male is RFN-1006-2L2 ...$10.45

73, Ed - AL7EB

At 12:18 AM 8/11/2003 -0500, Wayne Estes W9AE wrote:
>Greg Dober wrote:
>
>Will a connector in the middle of the current coax and extra 10 feet kill my
>preamp power through the coax?
>
>Wayne replies:
>
>I presume you are using "N" connectors on your LMR600.  You could add a
>double female N connector and a 10 foot piece of coax with little or no
>effect on the voltage getting to your downconverter and/or preamp.  All "N"
>connectors have DC continuity.
>
>If your 10 foot splice uses smaller cable such as LMR400 or 9913, you can
>reduce the total number of connectors by buying inline N-female connectors.
>They are hard to find but they do exist.  I don't know if there is an inline
>N-female connector for LMR600.
>
>Wayne Estes W9AE
>Mundelein, IL, USA
>
>
>
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