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How to remotely one antenna between 2 transceivers?

I am looking for a reliable remote coaxial switch to remotely connect a Flex 6600 or an Icom 7610 to one antenna.

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  • n0bf
    n0bf Member ✭✭
    Answer ✓
    I will also check out the 403A AB switch if I can find it.


  • n0bf
    n0bf Member ✭✭
    Thanks for the array solutions website. I will check it out!
  • David Decoons, wo2x
    David Decoons, wo2x Member, Super Elmer Moderator

    There are several different solutions.

    Another is a 4O3A AB switch which is powered by 12 volts. You can use an internet controllable relay to switch 12 volts to it.

    W2IHY makes a 1x4 relay that can also be switched using Internet controllable relays.


    Dave wo2x

  • n0bf
    n0bf Member ✭✭
    I just ordered the array solutions twopak switch because it had 80db isolation.
  • n0bf
    n0bf Member ✭✭

    The Array Solutions Twopak relay has been installed and allows me the remotely switch between my Flex 6600 and Icom 7610 using only one antenna. I use the 12 volt aux power from the Icom 7610 to change the antenna over from the Flex 6600. The Flex normally has the antenna when the Icom is off. It really works great!

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