Foxhunting attenuators can be used to help find a nearby hidden transmitter in the last few hundred feet when a radio's s-meter is maxed out. They have a male and female SMA connection so they can be easily inserted between a radio and an antenna. Avoid transmitting when these attenuators are connected to a radio.
AA1 Active Attenuator
The AA1 is an active / offset attenuator that creates an image of a transmitter on a new frequency. The signal strength of this image can be adjusted to bring it to a useable level. This design is based on the K0OV attenuator
AA1 User Manual
With SMA male and female connectors. Includes a CR2032 coin cell.
SMA F-F adapter
Used to adapt the AA1 to a radio with a male SMA connector such as a Baofeng.
Passive Step Attenuators
Our passive step attenuators have 4 indepenently selectable attenuation stages of 5dB, 10dB, 20dB and 30dB. By enabling these stages, attenuation levels between 0dB and 65dB can easily be selected.
Switch Step Attenuator
With 4 slide switches. When the switch is to the right, the stage is enabled.
Button Step Attenuator
With 4 push buttons. When the button is down, the stage is enabled.
These 2W inline fixed attenuators can be used on a receiver to reduce the signal strength of a nearby foxhunt transmitter. They have a male and female SMA connection so they can be easily inserted in place in any SMA connection.
One of each of the above. Combine for 50dB total attenuation.
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