Is there a simple, cheap way to combine the outputs of two
daughterboards into a single signal before sending them on to a power
I need to generate a slow-hopped frequency hopping system that has nine
channels spread out over 200MHz of spectrum from 5260MHz to 5460MHz.
What I would like to do is use one XCVR2450 daughterboard to generate
the odd-numbered hops and a second one to generate the even-numbered
hops. I would keep the hop rate slow enough that each board has
sufficient time to tune to its new center frequency.
So what I need is a way to combine the two outputs (only one will be
active) into a single signal? Is there a simple, cheap, off-the-shelf
way to do this?
On a related note, what kind of output can I expect from the board that
is being tuned and what steps can I take to keep in as low as possible?