[time-nuts] altinex switches
rexa at sonic.net
Tue Feb 12 03:25:28 EST 2013
Yes, this switch matrix seems intended for video signals, so 75 ohms is
the expected standard. I doubt that would be much of a problem for 50
ohm timing signals. Some of us shall see soon. BNCs may be 75 ohm
versions too, but probably not a big issue.
On 2/11/2013 6:20 PM, J. L. Trantham wrote:
> Looks like 75 ohms if I understand the manual correctly.
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> Behalf Of Don Latham
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> Subject: [time-nuts] altinex switches
> I bought a couple of
> switches. The manual is at:
> You get 8 inputs switchable to 12 outputs IN ANY COMBO. meaning it can be a
> 12 output distribution amp. isolation amps all round, and either
> 200 or 300 MHz bandwidth. dc coupled, have a look. There are some left.
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