|Ideal for use in installations of Garmin devices, the 013-00112-00 is a coaxial power splitter and/or combiner, ideal for usage in VHF and UHF applications, instrumentation, and communication systems.|
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GARMIN 500 OHM 2-WAY BNC SPLITTER
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No, it cannot perform this function.
No, you will need a quad splitter to get one NAV/GS signal in to two NAV and two GS. See part # 11-10842.
Yes, this can be used for splitting 1 vhf signal to 2 receivers. Please note that it is strongly recommended to use one antenna for each device, as a splitter can cause signal degradation.
No, we recommend the RAMI AV-585 to split the nav antenna into two nav and two glide slope signals.
This unit does not hold any FAA certifications. As such, you will have to speak to your local aviation authority on permissions to install this.
No, this unit is not capable is splitting that signal.
This unit is meant to split transceiver signals. For a diplexer, see part # 11-17980 or similar.
Unfortunately the ELT cannot use the VHF antenna. Therefore this splitter cannot be used.
No, The G5 and G175 need there own dedicated antenna. Certified aircraft must have the antenna mounted on the glareshield. Experimental aircraft can mount them on the aircraft on top at least 6 inches apart.