I see that there are different models for <30MHz and >30MHz. Any idea
how the <30MHz one would perform on 6m? Since the RX2 input on my
FLEX-5000A is used for everything through 6m, having two separate RF
limiters would be a real pain. Does the <30MHz one not protect from 6m
signals, or does it simply not pass 6m signals?
On 03/30/11 10:16 pm, Dan Kovatch wrote:
> I have used one for many years and it saved the front end of a TS 830s when
> an elevated radial drooped and touched a beverage antenna. I have used it on
> my FT1000mp since 1993 with no failures or additional noise noticed. Well
> worth the money and the piece of mind it brings
> Dan W8CAR
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Felipe Ceglia
> Sent: Wednesday, March 30, 2011 7:45 PM
> To: Tower and HF antenna construction topics. ; email@example.com
> Subject: Topband: your opinion about ICE RF limiter
> What do you guys think about ICE RF limiter
> I need to protect my RX antenna ports, and being a passive solution
> (doesnt need keying from radio), it sounds promising.
> Does it add any noise to RX?
> Any pros/cons?
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