I got the Network PCB in the mail today - Thanks much. I cannot seem to find
the cutting template for the enclosure that you refer to in the Network Manual.
Do I download it from somewhere?
Thanks again & 73,
Sebastian - NS0W
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"Jim Garland" <4cx250b@...> wrote:
> Hi Sebastian,
> Sorry to take so long responding to your inquiry, but I was in WDC over
> holidays visiting my son and his family. My visit coincided with the[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> nightmarish storm which pounded the eastern seaboard, and we were without
> power for several days.
> I don't see any reason why your switching idea wouldn't work fine. I'll
> drop a network PCB in the mail for you (no charge). Let me know how the
> arrangement works out.
> Jim W8ZR
> From: email@example.com
> Behalf Of kc0cqq w:st="on">Dayton in 2011 but at that time
> Sent: Monday, July 02, 2012 10:45 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [stationpro] Secondary antenna switch needed
> I briefly discussed this problem with you in
> I have not quite thought the problem through. I am only getting towithout
> implementing my StationPro II now. Here is the problem again:
> I use a SDR-IQ as a panadapter in a somewhat unconventional way on my
> radios. The SDR-IQ is fed from an antenna splitter on the RX only line on
> all 3 radios. This means I need a second RF switch unit in parallel
> the amplifier switching part that will switch the SDR-IQ input to each of3
> the radios. Initially I planned to implement this by means of an Ethernet
> splitter that takes the RF unit control signals to a home brew board with
> relays that drives a 3-way 24V coax relay (which I happen to have) - then
> noticed the StationPro "networking unit" that will actually do
what I want
> to do without having to mess with 24V.think
> There are a couple of outstanding questions:
> 1. Will the Ethernet cable and circuitry handle 2 units in parallel. I
> the relays pull about 35mA - so we are talking about 70mA which soundsalready
> reasonable to me.
> 2. I will obviously have to make a RJ-45 to RJ-25 interface cable. I
> have a commercial Ethernet splitter that just plugs in - so no mods or
> Y-cables needed.channels.
> 3. I guess I will have to ask Harbach how much they will charge for a
> networking unit since I do not "qualify" through the normal
> Any reason why this would not work or any better ideas?
> 73 de NS0W