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Reviews Categories | SWR & Wattmeters & Dummy Loads | WoodBoxRadio DSW-150 Help


Reviews Summary for WoodBoxRadio DSW-150
WoodBoxRadio DSW-150 Reviews: 1 Average rating: 5.0/5 MSRP: $249
Description: DSW-150 is an automatic T/R switch senses transmitted RF (as SwitchBox) and switches your antenna from receive to transmit using a relay. It shorts your receiver antenna input to ground to protect your receiver. Instead of using RF sense to switch the antenna, a control line input lets your key/keyer or PTT line switch the antenna. Works on all modes -- CW, AM, SSB, FM, and digital modes. Connects via USB port on your PC and the output comes straight on your desktop...

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:

- Impedance: 50 Ohm
- Frequency range: DC -160MHz
- Maximum TX power: 150W
- RF sense threshold: <10mW (1.8MHz - 30MHz)
- ON time < 20ms
- Release time: < 190ms
- Insertion loss: < 0.3dB @ 144MHz (0.2dB typical)
- RX isolation: > 38dB @ 144MHz (40dB typical)
- Gas discharge protection
- Power supply: 13.8V DC 200mA
Product is in production.
More info: http://www.woodboxradio.com/uk/dsw150.html
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SV2BWM Rating: 5/5 Jun 29, 2010 08:52 Send this review to a friend
This little box ROCKS!!!  Time owned: 0 to 3 months
Great digital meter with reasonable price and accuracy! It covers frequencies all HF and VHF and it has a switching circuit RX/TRX that works fine. It comes bundled with Perseus SDR, but you connect your SDR or other receiver in RX and your old transceiver in TRX position and you have a great combination! Well done...73's
 


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