Apparatus for connecting separate transmitters of a carrier communication system to the same location on a power distribution line. A low-power transmitter is connected to the primary winding of an interconnecting transformer. The secondary winding of the interconnecting transformer is connected between a high-power transmitter and, through the primary winding of a coupling transformer, to ground potential. The secondary winding of the coupling transformer is coupled to the power distribution line. A voltage limiting device is connected across the secondary winding of the interconnecting transformer. The output of the high-power transmitter is directed across the voltage limiting device to the coupling transformer where it is applied to the distribution line. When the low-power transmitter is turned on and the drive signal to the high-power transmitter is turned off, the power from the low-power transmitter is transferred to the secondary winding of the interconnecting transformer and to the coupling transformer where it is applied to the distribution line. The high-power transmitter represents a virtual ground potential when it is not transmitting, thereby providing a closed circuit path for the power delivered by the low-power transmitter.