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    ( Grandad's Attic #2 )

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    Judging by the design of the wire fragments left inside I'd say that this is a TV antenna wire splitter. Best wishes--------Phil
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    Quote Originally Posted by buck8point View Post
    Correct link, but the item is not meant for telephones.
    It's an impedance matcher / splitter for connecting an antenna to more than one device at a time.

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    Yep, you can still see pieces of the 300 ohm twin lead still attached. Gary

 

 

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