Alpha Delta Antenna Switch

Discussion in 'General Technical Questions and Answers' started by KB2LMN, Feb 18, 2021.

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  1. KB2LMN

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    can the switch be used in reverse.? Example is 2 Transceivers and one antenna? I assume so but just want to check. On one radio will be in use at a time but I only use a single dipole
     
  2. NT8Y

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    I use several that way without any issue. More radios than antennas. Second page of their data sheet for the Alpha Delta 4B switch states it.

    David NT8Y
     
    Last edited: Feb 18, 2021
  3. AJ4GQ

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    The Instruction Sheet for the Delta 2-B and 4-B covers that.
     
  4. W7HV

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    Yep. That's how I use them. Have two, back to back (front to front?) one switches between radios, and its output goes to another that switches between antennas. With the 4 position ones any of 4 radios can be connected to any of four antennas ( or a dummy).
     
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  5. KN4XJ

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    Yep. IMG_20200823_122641.jpg
     
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  6. W4HWD

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    Yep. The documentation that comes with the switch says so.
     
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  7. W7HV

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    Nice shack! Like those racks. Are they standard 19" panel racks? If so, do you have a good source?
     
  8. WA4SIX

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    They look to be 19" racks with shelf packages.

    Ed
     
  9. N1IPU

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  10. KN4XJ

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    Thanks. Yes they are standard server racks from Navepoint. I added attachment points at the rear of the shelves that hold the older rigs. Didn't want the 922 hanging over my head without them.
     

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