How to organize your RF connectors

how-to-organize-rf-connectorsKenneth, W6KWF, used to dump all of his N, BNC, and PL-259 RF adapters in two quart-sized Ziploc bags. Now all of his connectors are organized by rows in this Plano 1258 tackle box from Bass Pro Shops.

He mentioned a great old trick for keeping track of your connectors at group events. He paints a little dot of nail polish on each one. Now he always gets them back! 🙂

mark-rf-connectors-with-nail-polishCheck out the video below and lots more at his blog, The Life of Kenneth.

How do you organize all of your RF adapters and connectors?

Matt Thomas, W1MST, is the managing editor of AmateurRadio.com. Contact him at [email protected].

One Response to “How to organize your RF connectors”

  • W3FIS, Paul:

    I got a number of the smaller clear tackle boxes. Good for RF connectors, audio, small batteries, etc. Use a label maker to label BOTH ends, and they stack nicely on the shelf in my closet. For field use, then just grab the RF one. I am convinced that you cannot ever have enough RF connectors/adapters..

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