[time-nuts] Sharing a GPS Antenna

paul swed paulswedb at gmail.com
Mon Aug 14 15:26:44 EDT 2017

Antennas can be shared through splitters.
I have an 8 port satellite TV splitter. Auto sense DC and DC blocking.
Inexpensive and on ebay and amazon.
Interestingly 8 ports is never enough when your a time-nut.
So you can do the same simply come off of one of your new ports from the
I added an amplifier to correct for the 16 db of loss in the 8 port
Most modern antennas have quite a bit of gain so with good feed line (I use
1/2" hardline) You may not need the amplifier.
I am quite interested in your blitzertung perhaps we could correspond

On Mon, Aug 14, 2017 at 1:41 PM, Clay Autery <cautery at montac.com> wrote:

> Thank you one and all for all the help and suggestions.
> I've got an HP 58516A w/external DC input option on the way.  Now to
> find a proper N-male terminator for the unused port, and start gathering
> up cable and connectors to hook it all up.  <smile>
> ______________________
> Clay Autery, KY5G
> MONTAC Enterprises
> (318) 518-1389
> On 8/14/2017 9:22 AM, Clay Autery wrote:
> > I'm toying with the idea of trying to share a single PCTEL GPS antenna
> > three-ways.
> >
> >
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