[amsat-bb] Re: Small Mode-UV Linear Transponder Website
nss at mwt.net
Thu Oct 29 16:24:53 PDT 2009
I wish I could fly one of those on one of our balloon missions. We have
done all sorts of flights 48 so far with 100% recovery rate. and many
have been FM crossband repeaters. but have always wanted to fly
something linear like this but never been able to make it up. This
would be awesome to have crusing at 100,000 feet!
Joe WB9SBD Near Space Sciences
*The Original Rolling Ball Clock
Rocky Jones wrote:
> William. very impressive site and technical work. If I were King AMSAT NA would be using what you have built.
> Robert WB5MZO
>> Date: Thu, 29 Oct 2009 14:41:41 -0700
>> From: pe1rah at yahoo.com
>> To: amsat-bb at amsat.org
>> Subject: [amsat-bb] Small Mode-UV Linear Transponder Website
>> Hi AMSATs,
>> For the interrested people,
>> I made some website with more technical information of my small linear transponder design.
>> It can be found at:
>> 73 de PE1RAH
>> William Leijenaar
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