Is there a fairly easy way to interface a receiver
like the Kenwood R559D to a transceiver (in this case
a TS2000) for true dual receive?
I want to eventually get a HF rig that does dual
in-band receive for DX pileups, but won't have the
funds for a year or so. I used to have a set of
Kenwood Twins and loved the receiver and got to
thinking that there might be a way to interface the
receiver with a transceiver. I know the transmitter
would mute the receiver, and the receiver would pick
up the antenna connection from the transmitter, so is
there a good way to interface such a receiver with a
transceiver so you can listen on both the receiver and
the transceiver at the same time?
73s John NE0P
Associate Professor of Psychology, Cameron University
Ham Call NE0P, active 160m-70cm
Radios: Kenwood TS2000 (HF/6/2/70cm), Kenwood TS60 (6M base and mobile work),
Yaesu VX7R 6m/2m/222mhz/70cm)
Antennas: 2 element Mini Quad, Cushcraft A14810S, Cushcraft 719B Homebrew G5RV
3 VUCCs on 50mhz: from EN41, EN51, EM04, #1014, #1015, #1290
2 meter VUCC #615
Satellite VUCC #129
County Hunters award (500): #3301, all 6 meters
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