Transcript: Today, we show you how to properly terminate or put the ends on RG11 cable. Doing this correctly will ensure a good connection to all the various components of your signal amplifier. Improperly terminated cable results in poor connection, which means less signal getting to the signal booster, and ultimately, less coverage area in the building.
You will need a RG11 stripping tool and an RG-11 crimper to get the job done right. A cutting tool is also handy to have around for the job. First, take the RG11 stripping tool and line it up with the edge of your cable. Spin the tool around the cable several times. You will feel the stripper cut through the shielding as you spin it around the cable. Pull the stripping tool off and remove any remaining pieces that are still connected. You will be left with something like shown in video. Peel the braided metal shielding back so it looks like shown. Make sure that no metal shielding makes contact with the center pin.
Slip the RG11 connector onto the cable. Be sure that the center conductor from the cable is properly inserted into the pin already in the connector. If the center conductor is too long, trim it off and try again until it fits properly. Do not trim the pin on the connector. Place the connector and the cable into the RG11 crimper and crimp down firmly, balancing the crimper a few times to ensure you have got a good, solid crimp.
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