I'm curious if anyone is running diversity reception in conjuction with a transverter. Not just for EME. Mainly I *think* that means running two transverters... one for each side of the diversity RX. Am I right I had planned to run a Moxon and a vertical on diversity for HF. But I don't need a transverter for that. So it gets tricky. Its a little less clear to me when dealing with a SDR that goes from, say 28 MHz to any transverter. Especially 28MHz to a low drive 144 MHz IF to, say a 10GHZ transverter. Or even 23cm instead of 10GHz. Running something simpler like a 2m pair on a 28MHz IF knocks out the half transverter-to-transverter issue. Running a 10GHz transverter to a 28MHz does as well. It just limits selection considerably. Plan on my end eventually is to run 10GHz EME with diversity RX. An Elmer wants to run other bands on diversity RX. Running arrays on EME is far from innovative, but combining it with diversity RX on a SDR has little guidance. The big guns usually switch polarity but running SDRs are fairly new and diversity running digital modes is very new. Digital EME may help overcome some issues we're stuck with but also induce others. But that means everything has to be tied together well. Seems hard to do with 2 transverters, so hence the question.