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Re: Duplexer


"Diplexers" are not directional, so YES you can use it as you want,
for 2 antennas or 2 radio inputs and 1 antenna.
A "Duplexer" is used on the same band for seperating transmitter and
receiver into 1 antenna as in use on repeaters.

73, Scott

From: "James Davies" <garglon@hotmail.com>

> Hi
> New to this board, hope this question is appropriate.
> I have a Diamond MX-72 Duplexer and have attached the 2 fly leads 
> (2m/70cm)
> to my 2m/70cm dual band yagi (one set of elements for each band on each
> plane), with the single connector going to my Yaesu HT.
> Is this the correct way to use this duplexer, as most of the example
> diagrams (in Japenese!) show a dual band antenna connected to the single
> connector on the duplexer, and the 2 fly leads going to 2 radios or 
> similar.
> I just want to check the way I have it set up is ok? The SWR appears fine 
> on
> both bands.
> Thanks very much in advance,
> James
> 2W0IDG
> ---- 
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