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Definitely. Why is there any doubt?

It does not mean that it will collide at 100% but it's a bad idea.

Why would you do this?

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I ask for my knowledge

Can you please give me more details,
why there will be a collision at all ?

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Sorry. What background do you have?

Not to upset you, but to tailor my reply I need to know more. Also, if this is a beginner electronics and RF question the answer above must do for now.
Bob

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