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    depends on the coax and how long it is

    ideally the fewer connectors / adapters the better as they have a loss associated with them and they are an additional point of failure

    the other question is i assume you are using this for a handheld, so ideally the last few feet of coax should be flexible and ideally lightweight, so if you are using RG213 low loss type coax for the main Coax, then an adapter to RG58 or RG316 for the mast few feet it will put less strain on the handheld antenna connector and be easier to use

    or you can use a hand or desk mike which is even better if operating from home

    (Not M0PSX who runs this site)