[TowerTalk] Feedline - Question - Idea

Timothy Coker n6win at yahoo.com
Wed May 9 14:52:07 EDT 2018

 Low Band Systems triplexors and quadplexors were in use MSHP during the ARRL DX CW this year from ZF1A. Danny (N6MJ) and John (K6AM) made 6,284 Q's over that 48 hour period using Alpha 78's and a multitude of tribanders and a Mosely Pro-67 40-10m. 


Two weekends later Danny went back and made another 7,439 Q's during the phone version.


Andres provided them with great hardware (to include stack matches) and the customer service was supposed to be great utilizing DXE as an importer.

I know this because I was part of the research. Otherwise I've no financial interest or involvement.


Tim / N6WIN.

    On Wednesday, May 9, 2018, 11:36:54 AM PDT, Mike DeChristopher <mfdechristopher at gmail.com> wrote:  
 I have a similar problem at my new QTH. I'm considering a few products
from Low Band Systems. They offer a variety of multiplexers depending
on what bands you'd like, but I have not yet personally used one or
even seen one in person. DX Engineering has some of their stuff, the
rest is at http://lowbandsystems.com/collection/multiplexers.

Maybe someone else in TowerTalkia has a review they'd share. I'm
especially curious how it works when you're drilling 1.5kW x3 (in the
case of a triplexer) down a single feedline.

Mike N1TA

On Wed, May 9, 2018 at 10:02 AM, Gary <gary_mayfield at hotmail.com> wrote:
> I am looking at a possible location where the antennas will be 500 feet - maybe a little more from the operating location.  Is anyone aware of a 5 band (80-10 meters) multiplexer that would allow simultaneous operation of 5 radios via one coax to a tribander + 40 and 80 meter dipoles located 500 feet away?
> Thanks and 73,
> Gary "Joe" kk0sd
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