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Old 02-08-2014, 02:24 AM   #15
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Steamy1, very professional looking setup.

How do you feed the antenna cable from outside through the wall or window to the amplifier?
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Old 02-08-2014, 01:05 PM   #16
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Steamy1, very professional looking setup.

How do you feed the antenna cable from outside through the wall or window to the amplifier?
Since I wanted to mount a Sirius sat radio antenna, I drilled a hole on the curved panel just forward of the support rib. I used the same hole for both the Wilson antenna and the sat radio. I then ran the cable in the cavity between the inner and outer skin panels to the amp. The amp is mounted in the corner of the overhead cabinet in the unused space. This was a convenient location to access power, since the radio is mounted on the other side. I installed an on/off switch as well.
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The trailer is in storage, but I'll try to take a few pictures later this week and post. Once installed, it was worked very well, giving me a good signal in areas that had no bars before. Cranking it up and having the height is convenient and works well.
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