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From: Winfield Hill
Subject: Re: Ribbon to coax
Date: 1 Oct 2002 06:48:44 -0700
Organization: Rowland Institute
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"Javier Serrano" wrote...
> Yes, do you know where I can get them?
> Javier SERRANO Phone: +41 22 76 73486 (direct)
> CERN - PS division
> CH-1211 Geneva 23 Fax: +41 22 76 79145
> Switzerland mailto:Javier.Serrano@cern.ch
Javier, I'm talking about standard monitor cables that're stocked
at your local computer store! 15-pin D-subminiature to five coax.
> "Winfield Hill" wrote
>> "Javier Serrano" wrote...
>>> I am looking for a clean way to get eight fast digital signals
>>> out of a PMC's front panel. The destination requires BNC+coax
>>> but I can't put eight BNC connectors in such a small place.
>>> I've seen in the past cable assemblies with a multipin connector
>>> (as the one for flat ribbon cables) on one end split into several
>>> coax cables on the other end, but I can't find them anymore.
>>> Does anyone have a reference?
>> Are you in a hurry? Do you have room for BNC connectors at the
>> other end? You could use a pair of 15-pin D-submini video cables,
>> the type that end in five 75-ohm coax with BNC connectors.
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