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Re: Coax Switch?
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Subject: Re: Coax Switch?
From: Terry Cowan <tcowan@knlr.com>
Date: Wed, 29 Nov 2017 13:14:47 -0800
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You might consider a 4-port switch so one port can be used for a dummy load.

Terry Cowan

KNLR/KNLX


On 11/29/17 13:10, Bill Hurne wrote:

Anyone prefer a certain brand of motorized RF coax switch?  Why? 

 

I’m shopping for a 3-1/8 inch switch to connect one antenna to our main or auxiliary transmitter.

 

Seems the type with the ports altogether on one end would be easier to plumb the rigid line?   Comments?

 

Have been considering the MCI Broadcast 61104,  Delta Electronics model 6740B,  Dielectric, and Myat 301-180-1.

 

Bill Hurne

Chief Engineer

The Pilgrim Radio Network

 

Western Inspirational Broadcasters, Inc

 

 

 


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