[amsat-bb] L-Band Equipment List

John Geiger af5cc2 at gmail.com
Mon Jan 22 07:00:12 UTC 2018

Hi Robert,

For base rigs you forgot the Icom 1271, 1275. and Icom 970.  There was even
a 2.4ghz module for the 970 to cover the satellite portion of that band.
There is also the Standard C50 which is an FM only rig but of the
basestation size.

For HTs there are there also  the Icom Delta 1, the Icom 12AT, the Yaesu
FT911, the Icom X2A, the Icom X21A, the Kenwood TH89, Yaesu FT2303, Kenwood
TH55 and TH59, and the Standard C628.  Standard also had a couple of
triband HTs I didn't count because they only did 35 milliwatts on 23cm.

For mobile rigs, in addition to what you listed there is the Standard
C6000, the Icom delta 100, the Icom 120, Icom 1200 and 1201, Icom 2500,
Icom 3700, Kenwood TM521, Kenwood TM531, Kenwood TM541, Kenwood TR50,
Kenwood TM833, Yaesu FT912, Yaesu FT2311, Yaesu FT2312, Yaesu FT5800, Yaesu
FT6200, and a old model with the designation FT7800, it was a triband
mobile rig,

Hope this list helps.

73 John AF5CC

On Sun, Jan 21, 2018 at 11:28 PM, Robert Bankston via AMSAT-BB <
amsat-bb at amsat.org> wrote:

> I am trying to compile a list of radios and transverters capable of
> operating L-band satellites (Fox-1D, Fox-1Cliff, and ESEO). A Google search
> revealed the following equipment.  Those still in production are identifies
> as "(current)"
> If you know of any others, please pass along. Robert, KE4AL
> Base:
>   Icom IC-910H
>   Icom IC-9100 (current)
>   Kenwood TS-790A
>   Kenwood TS-2000X (current)
>   Yaesu Ft-736R
> Mobile:
>   Icom ID-1
>   Kenwood TM-751A
>   Kenwood TM-741A/-941A
>   Kenwood TM-742A/-942A
> HT:
>   Alinco DJ-G7T (current)
>   Icom IC-12GAT
>   Icom IC-T81A
> Transverters:
>   DEMI 1296-144
>   DEMI L23HP (current)
>   Kuhne Electronics TR 1296 H 28/144 (current)
>   Kuhne Elecronics MKU 13 G3 23cm
>   SG Laboratory LTD 1296-144 (current)
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