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antenna related contraption someone built- what is it ?

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  1. R72K5

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    i came across a piece of plywood with a couple 110volt input/ 23 volt 1 amp output power supplies and three LS-275-C 2 way splitters and three Hewlitt Packard M1407A 19-40 VDC 1 A units and a blue LS-475-C 4 way splitter on it and wired with cables such as electro wire and cable for antennas all dated 1992

    what is this contraption ?

    what are the HP units, and why the 23 volt powers ?

    anythning i could use or do with any of these ?


    thanks
     
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    Telephone machine? :haha:
     
  3. R72K5

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    http://www.mdico.com/mdic/currentinventory2005w.htm

    2060 WINEGARD COMPANY 4 WAY SPLITTER LS-475C 4 EA
    2061 WINEGARD COMPANY 2 WAY SPLITTER LS275C

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    http://students.kennesaw.edu/~eah2488/Documents/Magic.txt


    HP M1407A Multiple Unit Power Supply

    Power Module Input Voltage:
    USA: 120Vac + 10%.
    CE marked module 100 - 240 Vac, 43 - 63 Hz.

    Frequency Range:
    47 - 63 Hz.

    Power:
    36 VA maximum.

    Output Voltage:
    23 Vdc nominal at 1 ampere.
    CE marked module: 24 Vdc at 1.4 ampere

    Output Current:
    1 ampere dc.

    Dimensions (H x W x D):
    Power Tee: 1.33 x 3.15 x 4.08 in. (34 x 80 x 100 mm).
    USA Power Module (with mounting bracket) 2.74 x 2.86 x 6.30 in. (69.5 x 72.6 160 mm).
    CE Marked Power Module (with mounting bracket): 3.00 x 3.13 x 6.30 in. (76.4 x 79.4 x 160 mm).

    Weight:
    Power Tee: 8.0 oz (0.22 kg).
    USA Power Module (with mounting bracket): 42 oz (1. 18 kg).
    CE Marked Power Module (with mounting bracket): 44 oz (1.25 kg).


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  4. Roz

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    u got a pic? i could tell u exactly what the set-up was for. heck i prolly have anything u might need to complete if its missing. have to know the size of the couplings. is this off civillian?
     
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    i have no idea if its civvy or what, i dont know jack about cb/antenna stuff, at all

    its got antenna coaxial cables though, smaller diameter fittings, not the huge ones you see sometimes

    other than that i dunno

    i have no digicam currently

    thanks
     
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    if its the smaller stuf its prolly VHF or UHF not "CB" could be many things. not that that helps out to much. was there an antenna? u just have to measure that and could tell u from that too
     
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    it doesnt have TV type cabvle ends, it has uhm CB antenna cable type ends but not real big

    hmm
     

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