"What You See Is What You Get" Or How To Make A Proper F-Connector (1988)

By Donald Dworkin, United Artists Cablesystems Corp. Technology Center

The most widely used part of a CATV system undoubtedly is the F-connector: yet consistent, accurate information on the correct preparation of its center conductor length is usually lacking. Here, we take a careful look at the connector--jack assembly and note the changes over the years. We propose a standard for the center conductor length which will eliminate a significant number of field failures.

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