[amsat-bb] Re: OH2AUE P3E transponder demo video
domenico.i8cvs at tin.it
Thu Oct 18 08:28:20 PDT 2012
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From: "Gordon JC Pearce" <gordonjcp at gjcp.net>
To: <amsat-bb at amsat.org>
Sent: Thursday, October 18, 2012 8:47 AM
Subject: [amsat-bb] Re: OH2AUE P3E transponder demo video
> What I am referring to is linear transponders. They're heavy and
> consume a lot of power. We need to either devise a new way of doing
> that, that doesn't involve heavy inefficient linear amplifiers, or stick
> to something like FM or GMSK where a little lightweight PA that doesn't
> dissipate most of the input power as heat will do the job.
> It depends what you're trying to achieve. I'll respond to Domenico's
> comments here, too.
> Gordon JC Pearce MM0YEQ
Hi Gordon, MM0YEQ
Linear transponder can be built not heavy not to consume a lot
of power and not too costly.
Read please the following advise of William PE1RAH to my friend
Roberto IW5BSF for a linear transponder designed for Ham radio
frequencies to be integrated in CubeSat projects, balloon missions
or terresterial repeaters.
The transponder I sell as a complete (pre-made) package in which the
programmer and software all is included.
It is made of very small SMD parts, 0402 size, that can only be soldered
with profesional reflow oven (which I use).
The whole package includes:
Transponder on profesionally milled evaluation board (fully tested) ,
power supply, programmer included all cables, example source code,
The transponder will be delivered with a testing report.
I can deliver it for the price of 1800 Euro (excluded shipping cost).
The transponder will be operational in a matter of minutes (the time to
connect antenna cables and power supply).
Manufacturing time is about 2 weeks, because of testing time to guarenty
Datasheet and information you can find on my website:
Thank you for your interrest and kind regards,
William Leijenaar, PE1RAH
5926 RH Venlo
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