Re: receiver multicouplers
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Re: receiver multicouplers

This message is sent by "Chuck Rippel" <crippel@xxxxxxxx>
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> This message is sent by steve@xxxxxx (Steve Byan)
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> >Does anyone have plans for a "Receiver
> >Coupler" or know where one can be purchased for a reasonable price? I don't
> >have the option of putting up more antennas....
> Get a CU-1388 multicoupler from Fair Radio. Goes for $75, has 8 outputs.
> The disadvantage is that it uses type-C connectors, which are a bit hard to
> come by. You can fairly easily change them to your favorite type if you're
> handy with a soldering iron. Fair Radio is at (419) 223-2196.
> Alternatively, ICE has a 4 output multicoupler for about $30. You need to
> feed it 12  volts, though, and it's IMD performance is not as good as the
> CU-1388. I don't recommend it if you live near a MW transmitter. ICE is at
> (800) 423-2666.
> Regards,
> -Steve

I have a CU-1280 which I bought for $25 at a hamfest.  It uses BNC 
connectors with 1 in and 30 out.

Industrial Communications Engineers also makes a 1 in 4 out for a 
farily reasonable price.  Their number is:

(800) 423-2666

Chuck Rippel

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