Thank you very much for the info. One more question if you will...
On Mon, 2008-05-05 at 04:06 -0700, Don Tyrrell wrote:
> 5. The switch design uses constant impedance micro-strip thru line
> construction, at 50 ohms, so it is good not to run too much power at
> too high an SWR to prevent internal "flash over" across the
> components. Actually, this is good advice with ANY coax switch.
I would like to use a switch specifically on a non-resonant antenna
between the tuner and the antenna. My power would be limited to 100W.
Is there any rule of thumb to figure out how high I can run the SWR
before arcing becomes a significant concern?
Thank you very much!
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