|[AMRadio] Cable splitters for receivers|
rsq14adam1 at hotmail.com
Sat Jan 11 18:11:35 EST 2014
I have used them to feed multiple VHF Hi-Band receivers to monitor our local county freqs. Of course, the loss inherent to the splitters is not an issue where I live due to being relatively close to Central Dispatch. 75 ohm impedance does not seem to make a difference for the receivers. Never have used them below 40 MHz, but see no reason they should not work unless the signal strength is really low.
> Date: Sat, 11 Jan 2014 09:09:55 -0800
> From: mjcal77 at yahoo.com
> To: amradio at mailman.qth.net
> Subject: [AMRadio] Cable splitters for receivers
> Has anybody tried using a CATV splitter that is rated for 5-1000 Mhz to put multiple receivers on one antenna without having to switch? I know the 5MC rating is cutting off before 80 and 160, but was just curious, maybe they might work below 5 don't know. I have a CATV switch with F connectors that I stuck some BNC to F adapters on and use on my 129X and BC1004B, but wondered if I can streamline it.
> Charlie, W4MEC in NC
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