Question about Radio Communications
Technically no. The reason is the receiver end would be overloaded with the signal from whichever is transmitting specially if on the same frequency. This could only be done if the frequencies of the two radios are largely apart and a duplexer/cavity filter is used. An alternative is to have a small local repeater, a single common antenna for both receive and transmit and a row of cavity filters. A low power portable anywhere in the vessel would be electronically repeated by the repeater to be received by any low power portable again anywhere in the vessel.
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Posted on Oct 31, 2008
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