At 10:42 AM 9/7/2006, Eric Rosenberg wrote:
>At a job which involved setting up commercial LEO satellite stations
>and when I was active in the VHF and satellite world, I used Bias
>Tees from Angle Linear http://www.anglelinear.com Very nice
>stuff... not inexpensive, but well worth the $$ spent. Angle Linear
>is owned/run by Chip Angle, N6CA. It's been some time since I've
>been in touch with Chip, but when I was, he was good at answering
>emails and phone calls. I still have a 2m preamp and a couple of
>Bias Tees somewhere around the shack!
>Here's their blurb. on Bias Tees. While it's geared to the VHF/UHF
>crowd, they'll work in the HF domain.
I have seen these, but I don't know that they would handle kW of RF
(being designed to power tower/mast mounted preamps at milliwatt power levels)
Interesting that they have the transient suppression built in, which
is a "good thing".
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