I already thought of that! I also have an N64 system, with corresponding modified ATR tubes, which we all know prevent pulsed, non-ionized electromagnetic radiation from entering a waveguide via a four-horned cluster, during a "transmit" cycle. ATR tubes are external to waveguide lines, but can be converted to TR tubes, placing them INTERNALLY in the waveguide.
By doing this, we matched the impedance matching elements IAW a CPRL chart and have tuned the resonant cavity to allow coupling to either Super Nintendo or N64 sampled RF. Random, non-harmonious RF radiation is kept in a depletion state until transmission, then shunted to ground via the TR tubes.
The whole circuit is stablized with an eccles-jordan, multi-vibrator, switching assembly. This may have already been discussed in another thread.
Last edited by Razpewton; 05-20-2004 at 11:10 AM.