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 Flex 5000a with multiple transverters 
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Hi Anyone on here that uses a flex radio with more than 1 transverter ?.. I need to know the easiest and safest way to drive multiple tranverters from the 28mhz if ? . At the moment have 2m 4m and 70cm and may get 1296 , I do not want to manually switch them , looking for a auto setup, Any kits or ready made gear available in uk ..

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 Flex 5000a with multiple transverters 
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Hi
The Ukranian people who make the transverters (search for transverter-store) on ebay make a 30db attenuator pad with rf switching and 100w passthrough capability.
Get one of each txverter, daisy chain them, and only power on the one you want to use, the rest go in passthrough mode, plus it pads the tx down to an acceptable level to drive the attached txverter. set flex for <10w
For auto setup there are several relay kits available which can be switched via software, and the PowerSDR software can control the flexwire ports on the 5000, more info on http://k3tuf.com/FW.html

Steve G6HOQ


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