Question about Galaxy Radios DX-95T Base CB Radio
18 foot coax, predator 10-k antenna wired to battery, ground to antenna bracket, and swr on external meter 1.3
VR9, VR2 or VR15 may just be out of adjustment. This does assume you are transmitting signal and recieving.
It might not hurt to check with second SWR meter.
Depending on location, there is only a tiny possibility of residual capacitance causing this. However you might want to put a few neon bulbs around your base to monitor for stray RF. If there is stray RF, they will light up- no need to connect them to anything, you can tape them to convenient places you can see. If they do light up- check coax connectors- which you should really do as a routine anyway, and check coax for damage. Then add a flat braid strap ground to "earth bond" for the radio. Which you should have anyway,
Posted on Feb 08, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: coax length
the shorter the better between radio and linear, all coax has to run in 3 ft, 18 foot is recommended for all antennas.
Posted on Mar 06, 2010
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