[amsat-bb] Re: Coaxial line question
lucleblanc6 at videotron.ca
Sun Jan 24 09:59:46 PST 2010
> OK, Luc. To make this decision you need to do the math. But you can
> just try comparing performance by installing the preamps at the
> antenna and at the shack and make your own evaluation. I'm guessing
> that is not convenient as antennas are on a tower.
> You mention running two coax lines "1/78". >
> 73, Ed - KL7UW, WD2XSH/45
> BP40IQ 500 KHz - 10-GHz www.kl7uw.com
> 500-KHz/CW, 144-MHz EME, 1296-MHz EME
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It is a Heliax 45' lenght of 7/8"... and here is the the relay info's i have:
There was some discussion about RelComm Technologies on the moon net in 2008: http://list-serv.davidv.net/pipermail/moon-net_list-
If their figures are reliable i will put them in your spread sheet with the preamps figures Icom AG-35 and AG-25 and the rig is the FT-847.
As i don't want to have an EME class station (Just working leo's) i will probably not be able to tell the difference even if there is one
but as you said the only one way to be 100% sure is to tested it but this will have to wait until next summer If the antenna will survive
our next 24hrs of predicted freezing rain...
Thank's for your help Ed
Luc Leblanc VE2DWE
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