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Yes, 1296 would probably be stretching it for that stuff.
James Duffey KK6MC
Cedar Crest NM
On Aug 4, 2019, at 16:46, Keith Morehouse <w9rm@...
.. you're probably just joking, but.....EIA flange to 7-16 DIN (and N, probably) are certainly available in that size. There is at least one on eBay right now for a surprisingly low price for what it is ($410).
Just like any big connectors, the catalog list prices if these things will make your eyes water. Our old contest station had need for several 1 5/8" in-line splices once. They were $600-700 bucks new, but the surplus prices were manageable.
Beware of this big stuff at higher frequencies. All coax cable has a cut-off frequency (FsubC) above which multiple modes can propagate. Propagating multiple modes through a length of coax is.......bad.
Got any DIN 7-16 connectors for that coax?
Jim Potter posted this on Facebook today. It might be of interest to some of you:
Sorry for the off topic post, but I figure there are lots of people here who would know what to do with this. It's a 100 ft spool of unused 3" Andrew Heliax, HJB-50B, RG-322/U. I'm downsizing my business and no longer have room to store it. It's on eBay item number 113668741992. If anyone has a suggestion about where I should list this please let me know. if you are interested in purchasing it at a bargain price, PM me. It has a standard 3-1/8" EIA flange on both ends. I need to vacate my current location by August 31, 2019.
He has a "buy it now" price of $650, but you can likely make a deal with him directly. I cc'd him on this email.