When I get home tomorrow, I will sweep a few of cable splitters and see
what they look like. I have used them or spitting receivers in HF and VHF
On Tue, Dec 25, 2018 at 9:23 AM Peter Bertini <email@example.com>
> I'd avoid the TV splitters, quality is all over the place and the lower
> frequency limit varies. You would really want to measure the loss at 1.8
> MHz before committing to use one.
> I've been playing around with satellite TV splitters (most specifically
> DirecTV splitters (
> https://www.ebay.com/itm/Direct-TV-DTV-Splitter-4-Way/233066815876? )
> These are spec'ed from 2 GHz down to 2 MHz and if you shop around you can
> find them for a lot less than a new CATV splitter. The satellite stuff has
> to work since it costs them bucks for service calls.
> One other advantage is that one port has DC pass through, if you need it.
> Pete k1zjh
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