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Old 11-19-2017, 7:13 PM
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Only problem for hobbyists are these patch panels are expensive. I've bought dozens of ADC, Bittree and Canare 75 ohm panels for work projects in the $1k to $1.5k range but the 50 ohm 2-3GHz Trompeter panels are even more $$.
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Originally Posted by mmckenna View Post
Yep, used those on the video side, and they worked great. The patch to BNC were handy for rigging up temporary setups. One of those panels, some patch cables and a few patch to BNC will let you do dang near anything.

It's much handier to have all your connections standardized. A BNC will cover everything the amateur is going to do on the amateur side, unless you are running high power stuff. 200 watts up to 4GHz is pretty respectable.
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