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NEGZI
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Is possible to have connected SWR and Watt metter always during transmitting ? (300 Watts)
Are there some loses on it?
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Some losses, but small.

I don't see a problem with it.

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NEGZI wrote:
Is possible to have connected SWR and Watt metter always during transmitting ? (300 Watts)
Are there some loses on it?



just dont try to conect it while the transmitter is broadcasting Shame on you
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Careful your SWR meter @ max power might be rated for intermittent operaration.

Case in point, I have the highly touted Diamond SX-600 SWR meter. It's intermittent power is rated at 200W. Yet from 100-160 MHz it's only rated for 70 Watts continuous power.

BTW...From 1.8 to 160 MHz it has a insertion loss of 0.2 dB.
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Yep, that's true!

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