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Re: V-U desense filter



Hi Pierro,

A simple and highly effective solution is to use
a Comet CF-416C duplexor as a desense filter. You do not
need to terminate the VHF port, just use the UHF port
as a high-pass filter.

73,
Tony AA2TX


At 02:27 PM 5/26/2004 +0200, Piero Calvi-Parisetti wrote:

>Hello everybody,
>
>can anybody suggest an effective (and possibly not too complicated) way to
>get rid of the bad desense occurring on my  UHF transverter when I transmit
>on VHF? (It didn't occur on my IC 821 -- I suppose it's because the nsverter
>is is way more sensitive).
>
>Thank you very much and 73 to all.
>
>Piero HB9DSU
>
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