Connectors, Cable And "Suck Outs" (1983)

By William J. Down, LRC Electronics

The connector cable interface is discussed in detail and some possible ways to avoid center conductor pull back or "suck outs" are presented. The effects of normal and sub zero temperatures on the cable and its core to sheath friction are charted with some explanations of the use of loops in CATV construction.

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