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Re: Polarity questions





At 01:53 AM 9/20/2008, Luc Leblanc wrote:
>On 20 Sep 2008 at 0:56, Nate Duehr wrote:
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>Did any one try to feed 2 antennas through a splitter with one 
>vertical and the other horizontal? Is this can solved this polatity
>question?
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Luc if both antennas are identical and have equal length feedlines to 
the splitter, the result is slant polarization (linear pol slanted at 
45-degrees if one antenna is vertical and the other horizontal).  You 
are better running each antenna to a coaxial switch and chosing 
either one (not both).

73, Ed 

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