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Re: Where can I buy pre-made feedline?

>I use a male VHF to female N adapter.  Do not remember where I got it, but
>it was one of the mail order houses. If you really do not want to use a VHF
>connector for 144, I would prefer the adapter over changing the socket on my
>910.  I prefer to stick with the different connectors as a guard against Mr.
>Murphy, but sometimes that is impossible.


The adapter is of no use to avoid the impedance "bump".   It would be 
the same thing as using a 259 to begin with, and forget the adapter.

I'll say it again, Changing  to an "N" on the radio is "gilding the 
lily",  but for max performance saving every fraction of a db is 
heading in the right direction...

            73, Dave, WB6LLO

                    Disagree: I learn....

               Pulling for P3E... 

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