2 radios 1 antenna mobile

Discussion in 'Mobile Radio Systems' started by W5RHR, Jul 17, 2017.

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  1. W5RHR

    W5RHR Ham Member QRZ Page

    So is this possible and what do I need if so?
    Mobile station two dual band vhf/uhf(extended receive transceivers) presently connected to separate dual band antennas. I want to clean things up a bit and see if its possible to connect both radios to one antenna.
    Naturally I wont transmit on both at the same time.
    I see SO2R boxes for HF but hadnt seen anything broad banded for the nosebleed frequencies.
    Thank in advance

    MEH, I googled the situation and it doesnt appear possible without relays, switchboxes, and the like.The consensus is its cheaper to have the second antenna..
     
    Last edited: Jul 17, 2017
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  2. K0BG

    K0BG Platinum Subscriber Platinum Subscriber QRZ Page

    It cannot be done safely. Separate antennas for one radio? A-OK with the right duplexer. Two radios on one antenna? Only if they're on different bands, and the appropriate diplexers are used. Otherwise.... Pufff!
     
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  3. WD5IKX

    WD5IKX Ham Member QRZ Page

    There goes the magic smoke! (^8
     
  4. KG4ERE

    KG4ERE Subscriber QRZ Page

    I see no reason you could not use a coax switch to alternate between radios. I use a coax switch at my QTH for swapping around various antennas. As others have mentioned you do not want to coax from the radios connecting to each other.
     

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