New Equipament for Flex Radio.

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New equipment for our radio stations if you have several antennas and stations, compatible with all the stations in the market.

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EA4AYW

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Brenton Meadows

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is there a website in English to learn more about this device and it's interaction with the flex 6700? cheers Brenton vk3cm Australia
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Richard Clafton W4/G7EIX, Elmer

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Brenton Meadows

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looks great, cheers Brenton VK3CM
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EA4AYW

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For a moment its only Spanish.
soon to be translated into English.
we regret the inconvenience...

I just asked the Author.
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AA5JD John

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I used Google Translate on the first paragraph. Not too bad.
AA5JD John

What is MAB?

 MAB is the acronym for Magic Antenna Box, or Magic Box of Antennas. MAB is both an intuitive and sophisticated control control for easy-to-use antennas and transceivers with three modes of operation, such as Normal Antenna Switch, such as SO2R for antennas and Stack Match. It is based on two microprocessors capable of controlling up to four transceivers and sixteen antennas and / or band filters, manually, where the user is the one who handles the controller or automatically, where is the transceiver or transceivers who controls it. All MAB software is fully upgradeable by the user in a simple way. MAB allows to use boxes of relays of 12 or of 5 Volts, selectable internally. They can also use relays at 24V but need external power from this voltage in addition to 13.8 Volts from their normal supply. MAB will activate each of the relays with positive voltage, being the mass common to all relays so it is possible to use the vast majority of relay boxes for antennas on the market.
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John - WA7UAR

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Here is a link to their English language manual:
http://www.ea7hg.com/es-ES/component/...
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EA4AYW

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Hi again, everybody.
here I bring another video of the Magic Antenna Box, controlled by Lan and through a web page.
we are currently working on teams and stations.
I'm sorry that the video is in Spanish.



is now available for sale through eBay
I leave the link.

http://www.ebay.es/itm/Magic-Antenna-Box-MAB-/122732411647?hash=item1c936bfaff:g:FM8AAOSwnwdZz3~A

A greeting to all and enjoy it.