Thanks Stan
I told the austron to use the master.
Suspect I would get a nice increase by using the secondary.
Will have to try that.

I built an active splitter some years ago to drive up to 6 rcvrs.
Essentially a single opamp gain stage then a opamp as a buffer for each
coax out. Simple dumb and works well. The gain stage simply makes up a spot
of gain for the 140' of coax to the shack and the splitting. Think it was a
gain of 2-3 as I recall. Did the same thing in the same case for WWVB
rcvrs. Lets me run them all if I want.
Regards
Paul
WB8TSL

On Tue, Mar 20, 2012 at 10:24 PM, Stan, W1LE <stanw...@verizon.net> wrote:

> The Wildwood, NJ tech center could be part of the 9930 or the 9960 chains.
> It was only sporadically on. As testing dictated, not a normal operation
> site.
>
> I have not listened to these GRIs.
>
> I hope to configure to use the single antenna with multiple Loran-C
> receives.
> Have to ponder that action.... Difficulty is that one receiver has to be
> dedicated to a single GRI.
>
> 89700 (microsecond GRI) is till coming in with Dana, IL as master and
> Seneca, NY as the X slave.
>
> Stan, W1LE    Cape Cod
>
>
>
> On 3/20/2012 4:09 PM, Bill Riches wrote:
>
>> Seems that Cape May NJ is on also - is that part of the chain?
>>
>> 73, Bill WA2DVU
>>
>>
>>
>
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