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Re: RF connectors in 736R



Hi Mike, N1JEZ

I don't have a FT-736R but if the small push on RF connector plug is female
and the jack is a male they probably are SMB connectors normally used also
by HP to interconnect the modules inside the instruments.

Look here to see in the catalog pag H-17 if they really match the type you
need.

http://www.rfmicrowave.it/pdf/connettori.pdf

If so you can find the SMB connectors with easy in USA

I remember many interesting contacts with you on AO40 mode L/S
and the AO40 S1/K test early 02/23/2003............when the new P3-E ?

73" de

i8CVS Domenico

----- Original Message -----
From: <n1jez@burlingtontelecom.net>
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Sent: Tuesday, April 29, 2008 1:20 PM
Subject: [amsat-bb] RF connectors in 736R


> Howdy,
>
> A while ago I seem to remember a discussion on availability of the small
> push on RF connectors used inside the FT-736R to interconnect boards.
These
> same connectors are used in quite a few radios. They were a crimp on
style.
>
> Anyone remember the source?
>
> Tnx
>
> 73,
> Mike N1JEZ
> AMSAT #29649
> "A closed mouth gathers no feet"
>
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