Michael A. Bittner
mmab at cox.net
Mon Oct 15 22:29:18 EDT 2012
OK, then I assume that the relay in the Palomar automatically connects the transceiver direct to the antenna and cuts the preamp out of this path when the transceiver transmiits. You sure wouldn't want any delay there. The leaves the time from when the transceiver stops transmitting to when the the preamp is reconnected back into the path from antenna to transceiver. So why would you want to put in any delay there? Especially with an uncalibrated dial?
----- Original Message -----
To: Michael A. Bittner
Sent: Monday, October 15, 2012 6:43 AM
Subject: Re: [Boatanchors] Preamp
Pretty sure that is the one to use with a transceiver to keep from
burning the preamp out. I have one of those somewhere, it prevents
transmitting into the amp.
Thanks, George W5GRG, AFA6GG
On 10/14/2012 7:27 PM, Michael A. Bittner wrote:
> Can anyone tell me what the Delay control on the Palomar 1.5 - 54 MHz Preamplifier is for? Mike, W6MAB
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