Remote Antenna Switch 6x3

  • Remote Antenna Switch with 6 antennas by 3 radios.
  • Command and power source via RF cable.
  • Inteligent band decoder and antenna memory.
  • All antennas and radios are switched to ground when not in use.
  • Non-simultaneous operation.
  • When the power are switched off, all antenna inputs are routed to ground for protection purposes.
  • Compatible with: ELECRAFT, KENWOOD, YAESU, ICOM.

The AS-61WL is an automatic antenna switch for three radios and six antennas. There are two independent boxes, one for the antenna switch that is near the antennas, AS-61WL, and another box with the Push Buttons for the selection of the antennas and the Radios, RC-603WL that is next to the Radio. The connection between the two boxes is only made with the RF cable (RG-58 or RG-213). This cable takes RF, power and the necessary commands for the perfect operation of this system. The RC-603WL also allows the insertion of a linear amplifier or a wattmeter, or both. In this way these equipments will always be connected with the Radio and the antenna selected. The operation is individual, which means that only the selected radio will have access to the antennas. Unused antennas are automatically short circuited.
To facilitate the operation, the RC-601WL also has a third internal switch that switches the Send commands and the Com port to the selected Radio.

The AS-61WL / RC-603WL supports communication with the following radios:
Icom (CI-V), Kenwood (RS-232), Elecraft K3 (RS-232), Yaesu (RS-232) or any other Radio that uses one of these communication protocols.

RC-603WL Rear View


Size AS-61WL:

Width 125mm - Height 135mm - Deep 175mm

Size RC-603WL:

Width 260mm - Height 77mm - Deep 155mm

Power Supply:

D.C. 14 Volts + or - 20% drain about 120mA

Max. SSB power allowed:

2000 Watts with S.W.R. equal or less than 1.7:1

Frequency of operation:
D.C. to 60MHz
Insertion loss:
Equal or less than 0,1dB
Port Isolation:

Typical 55db

Conection sugestion:

Six antennas, three radios.
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