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Discussion in 'CB and Export Equipment and Accessories' started by butch, Feb 13, 2012.
Assuming your install is proper as far as antenna and grounds, make sure you have a 6 or 9 foot jumper. Are you re-calibrating the meter each time? I would skip putting anything between the radio and amp but a jumper.
The filter normally goes after the amplifier, what brand of external meter are you using?
to change swr you must change the load or introduce frequencies that are not where the antenna is tuned for,
an unconditionally stable amplifier who's output impedance is not 50ohms does not cause high swr on a line with very low swr (50 ohm line terminated with a 50ohm load)
amplifier input tuning effects swr on the jumper from radio to amp,
detector diode none linearity can cause swr readings taken at the radio end of lossy lines to go up with increased output power but true swr stays the same.