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Old 11-10-2014, 1:04 AM
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Question Need help with splitter setup

I am building my listening post and need help with the setup. I plan to use a splitter to feed 3 scanners. I've seen somewhere a link for a seller, where the cable used to connect from the splitter to the scanners, is one of relative short length. Does someone here knows where I can get these cable(s) from? They are already prepared with the right connectors. I will need one that has on one end an SMA conector, as all the scanners I have are Uniden; HP1, 436 and 536. Help appreciated, thanks!
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This is such a common and highly discussed question that there is an entire forum for it here on RR:
Splitters, Filters and Multicouplers - The RadioReference.com Forums
Perhaps a mod will move your question there where it is likely to get better answers. And you might want to browse the questions/answers already in that Forum.
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I use a lot of jumper cables like these.

You can find them with just about any connectors you need.

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20cm SMA Male to BNC Male Plug Antenna Coax Pigtail RG316 Jumper Cable 8inch | eBay
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This is such a common and highly discussed question that there is an entire forum for it here on RR:
Splitters, Filters and Multicouplers - The RadioReference.com Forums
Perhaps a mod will move your question there where it is likely to get better answers. And you might want to browse the questions/answers already in that Forum.
Yes, this was the thread I was looking for. Agreed to have a mod move it there. Thanks.
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I use a lot of jumper cables like these.

You can find them with just about any connectors you need.

Rich

20cm SMA Male to BNC Male Plug Antenna Coax Pigtail RG316 Jumper Cable 8inch | eBay
rbm, this is exactly what I was looking for; SMA to BNC jumper cable. Thank you. Now, when the thread gets moved perhaps I can get more suggestions from different sellers.
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