Connector/Cable Wiki Helps You Make Connections

Thanks to Frank, K0BRA, for pointing this out via the AMRAD mailing list. He writes:

Now there is a Wiki on connector pinouts [and cable wiring]. If you are into making cables to hook this to that and need pin numbers you may find this makes it quick and easy. There is a lot of obscure stuff out there and this is the place to find it. If you don’t, then add it.

Looks like a good resource, and because it’s a wiki, you can add connector pinouts and cable wiring lists that aren’t there. Shall we start a ham radio cable category?

Comments

  1. Seems like a useful service. Microphone plugs are notoriously obscure…

  2. There’s an extensive list of amateur radio wikis on http://amateur-radio-wiki.net/index.php?title=Wikis

    A few other ham wikis for various specialised purposes include:
    APRS wiki http://info.aprs.net
    APRS – Japanese language http://wikiwiki.jp/aprs
    Linksys NSLU print server to APRS digipeater conversion project http://nslu2-aprs.wikidot.com
    New Zealand ZL-HAMS http://zlhams.wikidot.com
    XASTIR APRS client http://www.xastir.org/wiki

    and some local clubs:
    Casper ARC http://casperarc.net/wiki
    Clarkson U, Potsdam K2CC http://k2cc.clarkson.edu/wiki
    NYC Resistor http://wiki.nycresistor.com/wiki
    US Jet Propulsion Lab ARC http://pitfall.org/jplarc

    There’ s also some info on https://wiki.ubuntu.com/AmateurRadio (Ubuntu Linux wiki) and on Wikipedia.

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