[TenTec] Question about the use of the RX antenna port present on some TT transceivers
carlos.peco at gmail.com
Fri Mar 8 22:45:52 EST 2019
Thanks a lot Carl,
Anyone knows what is the RF level there when transmitting? Is it safe
for an active RX antenna?
On 3/9/19, Carl Moreschi <n4py3 at earthlink.net> wrote:
> It's for a separate receive antenna.
> Carl Moreschi N4PY
> 58 Hogwood Rd
> Louisburg, NC 27549
> On 3/8/2019 9:27 PM, Carlos wrote:
>> Some TT radios have an RCA connector marked as "RX Antenna", together
>> with a "RX / TRX" switch.
>> I cannot make sense of the user manual (perhaps because I'm not a
>> native speaker) and by looking at the schematics (Corsair II) I cannot
>> fully determine what this connector does in both TX and RX for both
>> switch positions.
>> - Is that connector to use a separate RX antenna system, or is it
>> to feed auxiliary receivers with a sample from the main TRX antenna?
>> - What is the isolation between the main antenna port and than
>> "RX antenna" port?
>> Carlos VK1EA
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