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CONNECTING SECTIONS OF TWIN COAX CABLE
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TM-11-5995-208-10 Cable Assembly Special Purpose Electrical CX-11230/G (1/4 Mile) Manual
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CONNECTING EARLY AND LATE MODEL UNATTENDED REPEATERS
TM 11-5995-208-10
CONNECTING TWIN COAX CABLE TO A SHELTER
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NOTE
If the shelter has an old type signal entrance box (1), you must use a
twin coax adapter cable (2) in order to make a connection.
If you have a new type signal entrance box on the shelter, you do not
need a twin coax adapter cable. The twin coax cable assembly will
connect directly to the new type signal entrance box.
1.
Connect the twin coax adapter cable (2) to the shelter's signal
entrance box (1).
2.
Connect twin coax cable (3) to adapter cable (2).
3.
Mate the connector caps (4).
CAUTION
Never anchor the cable without using a wire grip to take the strain off
the connectors. Ensure that proper grip is used to prevent damage to
connectors. Use grip ND-0107 for CX-11230A/G cable assembly,
and grip ND-0104 for CX-11230/G cable assembly.
4. Install wire grips (5) to assemblage tiedown rings (6), leaving a drip
loop (7) in the twin coax cable (3) and twin coax adapter cable (2)
connection.
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