[amsat-bb] Re: question
aa2tx at comcast.net
Tue Jun 29 17:03:26 PDT 2010
For linear transponders, it is customary to receive in USB.
So, if the transponder is non-inverting, TX in USB. If it is
inverting, TX in LSB.
AMSAT VP Engineering
At 07:53 PM 6/29/2010, Nigel Gunn G8IFF/W8IFF wrote:
>Perhaps that's because it doesn't really matter which sideband you
>use on the linear sats although I believe it's
>customary to Tx USB.
>On 29-Jun-10 23:39, Dads wrote:
> > Hi : I sent a couple friends that are interested to the AMSAT
> > website.
> > I told them to look at all the satellites.
> > They found the site had all satellites on it.
> > When they brought up the sats they didn,t put on the
> > sidebands on the linear birds, the up
> and downlinks
> > .
> > I mean the upper and lower sidebands for these birds.
> > So I sent them to the UK site and they were there.
> > They didn,t have Oscar 68 on there though.
> > Jerry w0sat
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