How to splice a wire

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This is post 2210 in a continuing series of simple ham radio antennas.

Thanks to Paul of "learningelectronics" for this simple, effective way to splice wire.  This splice is known by various names, including the "NASA Wire Splice."  

This splice will come in handy for those of us who design, build, and repair homemade antennas.  This splice is strong and holds up well in most environmental conditions.  Be sure to protect the splice against the weather.

Here are some of Paul's remarks:

Get professional PCBs for low prices from --~-- How to splice a wire In this video we look at how NASA splices wires. If it's good enough for the space program, it's good enough for me. NASA Standards: 937D Soldering Station: 22 AWG Hookup Wire: Please check out and pledge a dollar if you can. It will go a long way to keeping the channel alive. It costs a bit of money to buy all the items and produce these videos. You help is appriciated. FAQ: Me: Paul, 49 from USA Education: United States Navy, University of California at San Diego B.S. E.E., University of Pittsburgh M.S. E.E. Experience: United States Navy STS, Bayer Intnl Process Engineer Current: Teaching college freshmen electrical engineering at a small community college in the Pittsburgh Area. Health: BAD (Congestive Heart Failure) Hobbies: Electronics, flying, amateur radio, music (classic rock)
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