# 1. I found the wires and connectors for this project on eBay from this seller: xqv3000
# 2. After writing this instrucable I discovered that it is possible to get a MCX bulkhead connector which you can connect directly to the cable, such as these: http://www.amphenolconnex.com/SearchResults.asp?ProductID=57 or this http://www.rfconnector.com/mcx-bulkhead-crimp-jack-connectors.html, however I think I would still recommend using the F-F bulkhead adapter.
# 3. Unless you need to, use a straight, rather than right-angle connector for your external connection. I found that a right angle connector takes a lot of effort to get out.
Step 1: Obtaining the parts:
Bulkhead mounting MCX to MCX coupler (female to female)
MCX male to U.FL cable
Some kind of thick plastic to make a spacer out of (I used a bit of old car dealer signage I found)
Some sturdy metal plate (I used 2.5mm aluminium, but you could use steel)
2 small countersunk screws, either self tapping, or machine screws with nuts
Optional heatsink compound
Tools: pencil, ruler, drill, bits, pliers or small spanners, screwdriver, hacksaw, metal shears, round needle file, flat file.