> The TopTen decoders are sink type, while the RCS8-V requires
> source drivers, I believe - the difference is that TopTen
> supplies power to the relay box, and the decoder decides
> which relay gets ground; the RCS-8 supplies a common ground,
> and switches power to the correct relay. I think TopTen
> makes a source driver board, and if you have the electronic
> smarts you could build one yourself; in that case WX9T makes
> a BCD-10 band decoder board that only costs $20, and emulates
> the Top Ten very nicely.
The Six-Pak remote antenna switch has the ability to be re-wired for sink or
Does the RCS8-V?
If not, could one just wire up a 'sink/source' relay (or transistor) bank to
take what the decoder puts out and give the antenna switch what it needs?
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