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This TV balun may also known as a 'TV cable to antenna' converter. It looks like a small cylinder, about 1/2" in diameter and about 2" long, with a TV coax connector on one end and a short length of 'old fashioned' flat, twin lead TV antenna wire, on the other. It was used to connect 'old fashioned' or 'ancient' antenna-only TVs to 'new fangled' cable TV. In this antenna application, the twin lead antenna wires, from the balun, would be attached directly to the antenna's element and the coax would be attached to the coax connector and the coax connected to the TV. I hope this makes sense.
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Take your design to your friendly neighborhood sign shop, have them cut it, weed it, and apply transfer tape. Save yourself a LOT of headaches!We do it a lot at the sign shop where I work
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