[SEDXC] Front End Saver?
Sat, 3 Mar 2001 13:38:00 -0500
Ernie, Can I suggest something better I think... Go to the club web site
and go down the left hand frames until you see "Other Links". Right under
that is a link to Industrial Communications Engineers...
The have 2 units that are front end protectors and one has lightning
protection. There is no power requirement to run them. I have used one for
years and they work great. I had lightning explode several of my beverage
boxes but my rx is still fine. When you get to the ICE home page just click
on "RF Switchin Products". You might look at their other products as they
have some really neat ones. They have a lot of products for use with
beverages. They have beverage matching box that has the matching along with
a bandpass filter and preamp built in. Check them out.. 73 Mike K4PI
From: Ernie <email@example.com>
To: SECC <firstname.lastname@example.org>; email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Friday, March 02, 2001 11:17 PM
Subject: [SEDXC] Front End Saver?
>Does anyone out there keep their old CQ magazines?
>I am looking for a copy of an article which appeared in the February 1997
>issue of CQ magazine. It is by Gary Nichols, KD9SV and is a design of a
>'front end saver' to ground/disconnect your listening antenna input while
>I've been using one that I built up myself, but can't use with the
>I need to redesign it and am looking for ideas.
>Anyone out there that can mail me a copy of the article?
>Thanks, Ernie KS4Q