[amsat-bb] Potential 23cm FM transmitter
Mac A. Cody
maccody at att.net
Wed Jan 31 02:02:51 UTC 2018
Looks like an interesting project, although the price of the kit is a
bit more than I'd like to pay for what I'd be using it for: talking to
AO-92 on L-band.
I've been looking into something like a varactor-tuned frequency
tripler, as shown a bit over half-way down this web page:
The schematic is here: http://www.sydneystormcity.com/1296%20Tripler.gif
It may not be an ideal solution but considering how often the L-band
experiment will be active on AO-92, I'm looking at a cost-effective
Mac Cody / AE5PH
On 01/30/2018 02:40 PM, Brad Brooks wrote:
> Good day to all. Related to my previous post, please check this link for an interesting NBFM transceiver board for L-band uplinks:
> Now I just need to find time!
> 73 Brad WF7T
> On Jan 26, 2018, 1:43 PM -0600, Brad Brooks <brad.wf7t at gmail.com>, wrote:
>> For those who receive the DKARS magazine, there is a very interesting article. The transceiver described is for ATV, but it looks like like it will tune to the AO-92 uplink frequency. Seems to put out 400mw FM out. I am not able to take time now to review deeper (stealing away from work) but I look forward to parsing through the schematic/links this weekend. I am forwarding this notice for anyone who will be able to get there sooner. I think there is some potential here, and I would like to know other’ opinions.
>> 73 Brad WF7T
>> Nashville TN EM66
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