[amsat-bb] Re: Interesting Microwave transceiver and dish
kl7uw at acsalaska.net
Fri May 9 23:07:57 PDT 2008
Appears to me to be a 7-1/2 foot dish (obviously KTI) but the feed
has a either a radome or lens feed. There is no actuator for
movement implying it was fixed pointed to a single satellite. This
suggests Ku-Band to me. The Channel Master photo is a puzzle as it
doesn't seem to fit with the other photos. The black plastic LNB
cover is shorter than the usual C-band ones. I put up probably over
50 of the 10-foot version of the KTI dish in the C-band era.
Good price for the dish regardless of the feed. It is a bit small
for eme, but would be super-good on microwave satellite use (Not 1.2 GHz).
73 Ed - KL7UW
At 12:18 PM 5/9/2008, Joe wrote:
>It looks like an Old KaulTronics BIG old fashioned sattellite TV
>recieve dish. ya know the Big ones befre the smaller dishes came out/
> >I wish I was in a position to buy these but I thought someone on here might
> >I have no connection to this site or the item, I just thought it might make
> >someone a good uplink/downlink
> >Heck, I don't even know what frequency their for:-)
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