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RE: RE:L, S, K, Band assignments, does anybody know?



Please note that here in Europe, IFF equipment  working on
1030 and 1090 MHz is using what we call now the D band  (previously L band) !

73 de Jean-Louis F6AGR
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Objet: RE:L, S, K, Band assignments, does anybody know?
Date: jeudi 4 juin 1998 19:31

I like your standard the best, mostly because there are "no gaps" in the
ranges like the other standards.  That alone is significant, the other
standards imply that some frequencies do not fall into a letter range and
that does not make sense to me.

thanks,


At 02:58 PM 6/4/98 +0800, Chris Hill wrote:
>Hi Richard,
>
>Just to help confuse the issue...  the following "Approximate Band
>Designations" are drawn from Microwave Engineering, by David Pozar;
>
>BAND    FREQS (GHz)
>-----+-------------
>L       1-2
>S       2-4
>C       4-8
>X       8-12
>Ku      12-18
>K       18-26
>Ka      26-40
>U       40-60
>
>They seem to fit quite nicely with common usage, although you don't have to
>look very hard to find an exception to the rule.
>
>73 Chris VK6KCH




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