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Old May 17, 2012, 08:01 AM
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Originally Posted by Jack2010 View Post
What should be the sequence of powering up the set: booster first and then the radio or radio on first and then the booster or it does not really matter as long as the antenna is on the booster and there is RF connection between the booster and the TX?

In my setup I will not be able to connect them both in the same time as there will be some distance in between them.
That is a good question, I'd like to hear the answer.

I read in the thread earlier that the booster doesn't power on until it gets signal from the transmitter. That would make me think that the booster could be powered first.

I've heard that powering on a transmitter without antenna can mess up the transmitter. Is that true?

Also, in a similar thread guys are saying these boosters can go out at any time and regularly. Is that true? Anyone here had a booster fail on them?

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