Saturday, May 18, 2019
Not all BNC connectors are equal
Signals crackle on receive. Your transmitter output varies. VSWR is all over the place. Stations worked report you dropping out. It could be bad connections. Or connectors incompatible with one another.
This video talks about the differences you may encounter between BNC sockets and the effects they can have on station performance.
Have you had bad connector experiences? If so please leave your comments below.
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at May 18, 2019
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