[amsat-bb] Re: DirecWav satellite internet useful?
wb7dru at usfamily.net
Mon May 26 22:15:01 PDT 2008
The dishes are popular with the microwave folks here in Minnesota but the
LNA is replaced with say a 3,5,10,24 ghz "stuff". The Direcwav does have
uplink and that I could not speak to. For me it would be worth saving. I
found a wide band DTV dish for free at a garage sale. Hope to put the wide
band up (I use DirectTV) and pull down the single feed. Then I would have
another dish to convert, hope fully to 10 GHZ.
Not a direct answer the P3E but the dishes are useable where I here the sat
From: amsat-bb-bounces at amsat.org [mailto:amsat-bb-bounces at amsat.org] On
Behalf Of Greg D.
Sent: Monday, May 26, 2008 10:25 PM
To: amsat-bb at amsat.org
Subject: [amsat-bb] DirecWav satellite internet useful?
My neighbor appears to be tossing their Hughes "DirecWav" satellite internet
dish and associated dish-mounted electronics. By any stroke of luck, is
this stuff reasonably convertable for use with any of the the proposed P3E
up or downlinks? I have no idea what frequency it runs. It appears to have
both transmit and receive capabilities (based on the warnings posted).
There are no model numbers that I can find on the electronics.
I've got my AO-40 S-band receive setup, but nothing for the higher bands.
E-mail for the greater good. Join the i'm Initiative from Microsoft.
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