Drill and drill bits.
Mounting bolts, nuts, and washers (type dependent upon material used for mounting).
Wrenches and Phillips screwdriver.
All connections for intervehicular installations must be made prior to
applying power. It is important that all transceivers operated from
separate power sources and to be connected to a single multiplexer
have their power source grounds joined together before connecting
coax cables. The joined power source grounds must be connected to
the ground lug of the multiplexer. Examples of separate power
sources are separate vehicles, separate AC generators, and separate
AC line connected power supplies. As an example of compliance with
the above requirement, the vehicle grounds of vehicular powered
transceivers would be joined together and connected to the ground
lug of the multiplexer. It is recommended that an earth ground be
connected to the multiplexer ground lug. This earth ground will
eliminate any induced potentials and help protect personnel from