Jim Kusznir wrote:
> Ack, this message got mis-filed by my mail client, sorry for the delay!
> Here's my attempt at a block diagram...I'm pretty poor at diagramming...
> This is what my current Mitrek on the hill is configured as. Simple
> intercept of the TX line to the TX/RX switch. It breaks that out
> externally for isolator support, then brings it back into the box and
> uses the stock TX/RX relay for switching.
> For my purposes, it would be great if I could get a "standard" UDR,
> except there are two additional connectors on it (SMA is fine :) ),
> that breaks out the TX path (and if desired, the radio can ship with a
> jumper across these two ports such that it functions identically to a
> stock UDR). For those users who want to use seperate TX and RX
> antennas, I think they could just use the TX out and not send it back
> into the radio for their TX output, and use the "normal" antenna port
> for RX. That way the receiver is still protected against too much RF
> on transmit.
> Anyway, thanks for your response! My Mitrek on the hill isn't doing so
> well now, so I'm leaning more and more toward replacing it with a UDR
> as soon as I can get one (originally I was just going to get one for
> personal use).
> On Tue, Jan 28, 2014 at 1:31 PM, <bhhoyer@...