Myat updated its FM switching combiner. It includes features such as remote control, manual override and high isolation.
Additionally, it combines two transmitters, routes combined power to antenna or dummy load and allows bypass with failure of one transmitter (50 percent TPO)
Myat says its FM switching combiners are designed to combine and/or switch two transmitter inputs into a combined output, or in the case of one transmitter failing, can switch the running transmitter to air.
Switching is accomplished using Myat’s motorized coax switches. Switching between modes is done by applying a signal to the required terminals. The standard system includes a hybrid combiner interfaced with three coax switches. I/Os face vertical to ease installation of interconnecting lines. Optional input and output directional couplers are available.