I have coax-connectors connecting two cable runs that are subject to weather. Typically weatherproofing is done by wrapping the connection in suitable tape. This is a fairly messy solution if the connector needs to be opened.
I am wondering if somebody had an alternative solution. Are there weatherproof coax connectors for RG-58? A waterproof box to replace the tape maybe? Typical frequency: 150 MHz.
Somebody had added an answer about gel-filled boxes(?) but deleted it before I could read it. If the answer was at least marginally relevant, please consider adding it again. I would love to see an alternative to tape. Text of the missing answer:
[Gel Splice Closures] Gel-filled box Ensures complete sealing of coaxial splices Watertight...