A UNIMEC switch would be perfect for this application. If you selectr a
latching version with 2 rectangular LEDs you get built-in light indication
of which radio is connected too.
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73 Rag OZ8RO
: Sergio, I operate CW so when I use two radios I have ZERO microphones,
: I use a very double pole single throw switch (DPST) to change the cw
: line from one radio to another....if the switch handle is pointed at the
: left radio it is the left radio that is keyed...if the switch handle is
: pointed toward the right radio the right radio is keyed.
: This is perfect for CW - YOU CANNOT SEND ON TWO BANDS AT ONE TIME BECAUSE
: ONLY ONE RIG CAN BE KEYED AT A TIME!
: If I needed to one day do some SSB operation, I would use this same
: to open and close the power for a multiple contact relay, and the mic
: going to each rig could be selected that way....I would probably make the
: "run radio" be power off on the relay, and the multiplier "Search and
: Pounce" radio be the one the microphone would go to when the relay was
: Jim, K4OJ
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