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Connecting Coaxial Cables to Shielded Electronic Device.
DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE WASHINGTON DC
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A coaxial cable feed thru reduces the required cable trough width to about 0.400 inches. A feed thru body has a flange and a threaded tube for holding the coaxial cables as it passes without electrical interruption from the trough to a shielded RF device. A nut is placed on the threaded tube which in inserted through a slot in the trough wall. The feed thru flange is compressed against the wall closing the slot when the nut on the opposite side of the wall has been torgued.
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