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    TM7 and 72 MHz Antenna

    I converted my two 9C Supers to 2.4 GHz. One has a TM-8 and onea Tm-7 FASST module.

    Can I leave the 72 MHz antenna in the radio so I can easily switch back to 72 MHz, or must Iremove it?

    I also like to have a ribbon on the 72 Mhz antenna to read wind changes and would like to have the antenna extended even though I am using the TM7/8 module.Is this OK?

    Any problem?
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    RE: TM7 and 72 MHz Antenna

    You shouldn't have any difficulties at all.
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    RE: TM7 and 72 MHz Antenna

    Thanks.  I was concerned that the conductive antenna would somehow hurt the strength of the signal from the 2.4 antenna.  Glad to hear that is not the case.
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