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Triplexer For Quadband

Nov 12th 2016, 01:57

thefuzz4

Joined: May 27th 2015, 02:32
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I apologize if this has been asked before. I recently this year got a Wouxun KG-UV950P for my desk at the house. I currently have it connected to my Ed Fong 2m/70cm antenna up in the attic. The Fong antenna works great for what its built for. But I'd like to take advantage of the other bands that the radio provides and my current license provides. So I've discovered the almight triplexers :). But as far as I can tell I can't find one that will cover 2m/6m/10m/70cm What I was hoping to find was one that did both the 2m/70cm on one port and then the 6 and 10 on other ports for their respective antennas. All of the triplexers I've seen on the web have the 2m and 70cm broke apart. If such a device doesn't exist then no biggie but just figured I'd ask first. I've been a ham now for about a year and a half so I'm still learning a lot and my Elmer has been great. Thank you all in advance for your help with this.

Jason
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Nov 14th 2016, 22:42

W1VT

Joined: Apr 4th 1998, 00:00
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Comet MX62M LPF 1.6–56 will handle 6/10 meters on one port
HPF 76–470 on the other port to handle 2M/70cm.

If you need separate 6/10M ports, you can use the MX610 to do that--though it does cost money to buy and cascade two diplexers.

Zack W1VT
ARRL Senior Lab Engineer
Nov 17th 2016, 02:19

thefuzz4

Joined: May 27th 2015, 02:32
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Thank you @W1VT for the info I greatly appreciate it.

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