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    Toronto
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  1. DIY Dipole antenna!

    I made the boxes Daniel. Hi Larry, there is no balun. It's just the shield going to one arm and the core going to the other. I've made dipoles before with just a coax cable and they seem to work well. This time i decided to put them in a box and mount them on the side of my bag.
  2. DIY Dipole antenna!

    Here is an idea for a dipole antenna!
  3. Another TA5 low profile! Not right angle this time

    Here is a short video showing how the connector works!My Movie (1).mp4
  4. Cart building day!!!

    That s a very nice buid Thope. I have been thinking about building a cart for myself as well. The information has been useful.
  5. DIY- Right Angle XLRs

    So many good ideas on The Right Angle XLR here. This would be my interpretation! I've shown this pic in another topic, but I think it applies here as well.
  6. Ground plane antenna

    Thank you! It is tuned to 216 MHz.
  7. Ground plane antenna

    Here is a ground plane antenna I built. It is tuned to work in the 216 MHz range. Perfect for a Comtek TX.
  8. Another TA5 low profile! Not right angle this time

    More TA3 short profile. Delrin cap this time. Trying out different materials!
  9. Another TA5 low profile! Not right angle this time

    The caps alone would not be useful. The guts of the connector have been modified to accommodate for the short cap!
  10. Abetek Button-down Mounts now shipping

    Interesting solution. What about wind protection?
  11. DIY- Right Angle XLRs

    Nice job Jason! For anyone interested Trew sells their own version of this connector for $25 CAD. Also there are a few other companies making them, such as Cable Tecniques. Making your own is much more fun tho!
  12. DIY SR Sleeve

    Nice work Jason!
  13. Another TA5 low profile! Not right angle this time

    Hi Mike, I have been putting the caps on cables I repair, people seem to like them. Not sure I would sell the cap alone because then I would have to provide instructions on how to assemble the whole thing. For now its just something I do for the people that have their repair work done with me. I would be more than happy to wire cables or mics for anyone that is interested. Of course the shipping charges wouldn't justify the expense. Thank you for your interest! It seems there is some interest in this version of the TA5 connector, so here are a few more examples!
  14. Another TA5 low profile! Not right angle this time

    I bet you would! Send me one of your mics and I'll wire it. First one is free ;-)
  15. Lectrosonics SR Caddy

    The RX gets power from the camera, however i am working on adding a hirose to the unit, there is also a P-tap. They are $400 CAD. Thanks for your interest Bernie!
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