If you can tap the rf off of both ends (grab it before the antennas), you
should be able to duplex the signal onto your beverage feed line. Then, you
are only limited by the loss of the bev feed line. The wide frequency
spacing of low HF (160/80 meters) to the operating frequency of this
wireless thingy should make the duplexer pretty simple to do.
Could be a fun project.
geo - n4ua
On Tue, Dec 20, 2011 at 7:56 AM, Pete Smith <email@example.com> wrote:
> Recently, on a whim, I bought one of these
> thinking it might be possible to use it to switch beverages at a point
> about 250 feet from my house. I knew, of course, that the little
> hand-held remote couldn't possibly reach that far, but thought maybe I
> could cobble something up.
> Looking at it, I'm impressed by the relay assembly, which seems very
> sturdily made. Is there any possibility, through the use of antenna
> improvements on both ends, that I might be able to get the range of the
> thing up to what's necessary, or would I be better off just modifying
> the relay assembly as a wired switch.
> 73, Pete N4ZR
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