A basic TV splitter will work, although designed for 75 ohm coax, on receive
shouldn't make any difference. Do not use an active splitter, only the el
cheapo 1 to 2 port ones. They typically have about 6 or 7 dB loss per port.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mark Erbaugh" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, August 05, 2003 8:55 PM
Subject: [TenTec] Antenna Splitter
> After clearing up a mix up with my credit card company, my new Orion
> be here in the next day or two. I'd like to hook up a simple antenna
> splitter so I can feed the same signal to both the Orion and another radio
> for A/B comparisons. I know I could use an A/B switch, which I have, but
> that requires switching so the two wouldn't be hearing at exactly the same
> time. If I could use an antenna splitter, I could feed the same signal to
> both and record the audio on separate channels of a stereo recorder. That
> way, when a QSB or QRM happened you could replay the recording and see how
> each radio performed.
> I'm interested in comparing the Orion with the RX340 and with the Omni VI
> (opt 3).
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