[time-nuts] GPS Antenna Voltage-Dropping
had at to-way.com
Fri Sep 4 14:57:49 UTC 2009
Darren, this is a very nice find. I made an offer for two and got
them for several dollars less, each, then their asking price. At that
time I believe they had in excess of 250 available.
At 06:49 PM 9/3/2009, you wrote:
>the model of bias tee referenced below works well, with very low insertion
>loss, down towards 1GHz, despite the manufacturer's specifications:
>Item #270287524274 on a well known Internet auction site, lists the
>"Buy-It-Now" price as $19.95 for brand new units. If you are worried about
>return loss, I can provide plots for GPS frequencies. Performance really
>falls off below 500MHz, where the insertion losses approach 50dB!
>For the money, the build quality is superb.
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