[time-nuts] Splitters for the GPS antenna
mark at alignedsolutions.com
Mon Jun 29 13:40:22 EDT 2015
The GPS splitter is spoken for.
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> On Jun 25, 2015, at 2:07 PM, Mark Spencer <mark at alignedsolutions.com> wrote:
> Sorry for the thread hi jack. I also have a lightly used Symmetricom 58535A dual port (one antenna, two receivers) gps splitter I would be happy to part with.
> Please contact me off list of interested in this and perhaps we can come an agreement. It's fairly heavy so shipping may be pricey.
> Mark Spencer
> Mark at alignedsolutions.com
> Sent from my iPhone
>> On Jun 25, 2015, at 6:18 AM, Cash Olsen <radio.kd5ssj at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I initially tried using Dishtv splitters with qualified success. On closer
>> examination the bandpass between dish 1 and dish2 is different and neither
>> actually calmed to pass the GPS frequencies. And indeed I had significantly
>> different path losses.
>> I wanted a better solution. I did a brief search and found the following.
>> The results are much better and the price was very reasonable. My path
>> losses appear to be balanced and generally agree within 1dB, with at least
>> 10 SV reporting 39 - 49dB. The splitter I tried has a claimed bandwidth of
>> 40 to 2400 MHz and a "all ports power pass".
>> Of course you have to have the adaptors from type N to type F and type F to
>> type SMA. I was able to find all of those on Amazon and don't forget some
>> type F terminators, they are hard to find in local box stores.
>> Hope this helps some of the new guys, like myself, to get their labs up a
>> little quicker.
>> Computer Network Accessories, Inc.
>> 5520 Burkhardt Road
>> Dayton, Ohio 45431
>> Web: www.CNAweb.com <http://www.cnaweb.com/>
>> Email: sales at cnaweb.com
>> Phone: 937-258-2708 - Fax: 937-258-2743
>> Product NamePart No.QuantityItem PriceTotal Price4 Way 2GHz Splitter w/ DC
>> Subtotal:$12.30Shipping & Handling:$7.35Tax:$0.00
>> Order Total:$19.65
>> S. Cash Olsen KD5SSJ
>> ARRL Technical Specialist
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