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Old 04-18-2017, 07:13 AM
kyhunting kyhunting is offline
 
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Default WTB: VOR/Glide Slope Ant. coupler

WTB: VOR/Glide Slope Antenna coupler, such as a Comant CI-205 or equivalent. I'm connecting a Val INS 429 to an Archer Nav antenna.

I think that I need both freq. ranges to cover VOR & Glide Slope. ACS says:

Splits the signal from a single NAV antenna into a NAV and glide slope receivers.

Application: Navigation & Glide Slope
Frequency: 108-118 & 328-335 MHz

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David
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Old 04-18-2017, 08:43 AM
CCS Aircraft CCS Aircraft is offline
 
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Hey David,
I have one, PN. C11102. 108-136 MHz
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Old 04-18-2017, 08:29 PM
jpowell13 jpowell13 is offline
 
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David, I just ordered an INS 429 and will be connecting it to an Archer antenna with a coupler. Hope your installation goes well. Let me know how it works out. John
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Old 04-18-2017, 09:55 PM
rv6ehguy rv6ehguy is offline
 
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Default I have a Comant CI 505

Good Evening David,
I have a CI 505 dual VOR/Glide Slope coupler.
John Van Lieshout
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