[time-nuts] D style connector with coaxial insert

Bob Camp lists at cq.nu
Mon Feb 15 21:06:50 UTC 2010


Quick summary of past threads:

The loose parts to make a connector are available. They aren't cheap. The tools needed to properly crimp the connectors are a lot of money. 

The same sort of coax inserts were / are used on Sun video terminals. The cables for them are a good source of wired inserts. 

Soldering a coax to the connector is one solution to the problem.


On Feb 15, 2010, at 3:52 PM, Shawn Tayler wrote:

> Hi Guys,
>        Sorry if this is a re-occurring topic.
>        I have a 100323-001 Rubidium Oscillator that I would like to get
>        working.  It uses one of those hybrid pinned/coaxial connectors.
>        Roughly the size of a 15 pin D type but with a small coaxial connector
>        embedded in the middle.  I recall there being a discussion about these
>        on the list sometime ago but I have been unable to locate the original
>        mailings.
>        Can someone point me to the make/part numbers or even a source?
>        Thanks for he help and all the great info...
>        Shawn
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