FAQ: easySPLIT 2nd. Gen. >>>
The FM-output of the easySPLIT has an upper frequency limit of about 108Mhz. 156Mhz are in the cut-off area of the electronic filter connected to the FM output. Therefore it will not work to connect a DSC-receiver to the FM output (car radio). But, of course you can use the DSC controller at the VHF output of the easySPLIT.
FAQ: easySPLIT OCB >>>
Yes, that is right.
The normal easySplit has a lower standby-current because the relays, which is switching off the AIS and FM – radio while the VHF-transmission, does not need a current during the standby mode. However the pin-diods inside the easySplit OCB need a standby-current.
FAQ: General >>>
The frequency range of the VHF radio output is limited to 108 MHz, i.e. higher frequencies cannot pass this output. For this reason, the reception of DVB-T is not yet possible.
Information: The reception of wave bands outside the VHF range is not possible with most frequently installed VHF antennas, i.e. in the best case the lower range of the VHF-DVB-T-band may be received. The reception of higher VHF wave bands requires a change to a multi-band antenna. Due to the commonly used coaxial cables (RG58/RG213) and coaxial plug-in systems (PL259/SO239) the transmission and reflection losses in the plug and socket connectors increase at higher frequencies to such extent, that adequate reception of higher frequencies would only be possible with a loss of quality. For this purpose it would be necessary to replace the used plugs and sockets by VHF-suitable versions.