Simple Ham Radio Antennas--How To Install Powerpole Connectors

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The Anderson Powerpole connector is fast becoming the de facto standard for connectors in Amateur Radio.  In this video, Randy Hall (K7AGE) provides a simple, well understood, and thorough explanation of how to assemble Anderson Powerpole connections for your home or mobile rig.  Randy explains how to solder or crimp the connector pins so you have a perfect connector the first time. Crimping is a snap if you have the proper tool.

The video is well organized and takes you step-by-step through the assembly process.  You may want to keep a copy of this video for your reference library.

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