[CQ-Contest] Multi 2 locking device?
W0MU Mike Fatchett
w0mu at w0mu.com
Thu Jan 5 21:27:31 EST 2017
His concern was so that station 1 and station 2 would never end up on
the same band at the same time.
Does N1MM+ have software lock outs for this?
On 1/5/2017 11:34 AM, Jukka Klemola wrote:
> Oh .. and about operating on the same band..
> You use LP.
> If you have separate antennas for each radio, you should have no problems.
> If you want to share the antennas, I do not know of any commercial products
> for the use you describe.
> Jukka OH6LI
> 2017-01-05 20:31 GMT+02:00 Jukka Klemola <jpklemola at gmail.com>:
>> For M2, you do not need a PTT interlocking device if you use two radios.
>> If you use two radios per band, then you need a PTT interlock for those
>> two radios on each band.
>> If you use a third radio for 3rd band multipliers, you need an interlock.
>> This 3rd band interlock can be complex, depending on how you want to
>> But, for a M2 station with just two radios, one for a band at a time, you
>> do not need an interlock.
>> Jukka OH6LI
>> 2017-01-05 20:03 GMT+02:00 Fco. Luis Delgadillo <xe2b at outlook.com>:
>>> I'm planning to operate M2 LP, the oncoming contest season.
>>> I do have two WX0B passbands filters from my previous SO2R setup.
>>> -Only two radios will be used.
>>> - Very simple antennas setup on a city lot:
>>> Log periodic Cushcraft ASL-2020
>>> Vertical tribander Force13 VR-3
>>> Twin Slopper Alpha-delta DX-A
>>> Is there any summary related to options available for locking devices to
>>> prevent two radios to operate in the same band? I do not want to have
>>> burned front ends.
>>> Preferably, I would like to build it.
>>> I appreciate the feedback
>>> Luis XE2B
>>> Enviado desde mi Huawei de Telcel
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