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Re: 2-to-1 spliiter with DC pass?



Most of the two-way splitters I've seen have one port
that passes DC, and one port with a series capacitor
that blocks it. A simple check with an ohmmeter will
tell you what you have.
Somebody (DEMI?) made a "Receiver Protector" for use
with downconverters that would do what you want.
Jim  KQ6EA

--- Jeff Mock <jeff@mock.com> wrote:

> I have an Icom 910, the preamp control is very
> convenient for turning on 
> masthead preamps.  I also have an Icom R8500 comm
> receiver and I would 
> like to do a little hacking with the 10.7MHz IF
> output of the R8500 
> using the same antenna feed as the IC-910.
> 
> So, is there a 2-1 splitter available that will pass
> DC from the 910 to 
> the antenna but not to the other receiver?  Also
> some sort of 
> arrangement that doesn't blow up the R8500 would be
> kind of nice in case 
> I accidentally key the 910 transmitter.
> 
> thanks,
> jeff
> AD6EO
> 
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