Question about Radio Communications
I have 2 boys that want cb' in there rooms. Can I hook both cb's to 1 antena ? or will it feedback into one when the other is keyed-up?
How can I solve this problem and keep them both happy???
You cannot use one antenna on 2 units, the output power will hurt the other radio - not to mention greatly affect your standing wave radiation, greatly decreasing your range. You will have to run 2 antennas, but make sure to keep them as high as possible and at least 6 feet apart.
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