Using the brass triangle as a guide mark the end of the wire
Consult the design for the exact location of the grid along the pipes, and make sure you account for the N-type connector location (and core height)
Using sand paper, scrap off the galvanized coating of the wire. This will make soldering possible.
Secure the brass triangle in place (see designs too) with tape. You can either choose to cut the wire or use it along the triangle. (depends on how you will solder, and how comfortable you are with it)
Best matching of the signal will be achieved with a smooth transition from the wire to the triangle and then to the n-type core.
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