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Re: Duplexer Question



Assi, yoiu have posed some good questions here.  We have been trying to
configure an experiment in which a GPS signal is used in a satellite
application in which the downlink is on 435 MHz.  Cliff K7RR

On Thu, 19 Nov 1998 assib@imap1.asu.edu wrote:

> Hi,
> This question relates to commonly available tri-band duplexers
> (VHF/UHF/L-Band). 
> Did anyone ever test some of those in a network analyser to
> see the frequency response at the L-Band ?
> The reason for asking this is that I would like to use a such a duplexer
> with the L-Band port for a GPS signal (~1600 MHz). All the catalogs
> I went over specifiy the ports as LPF/BPF/HPF, but after speaking to one
> manufacture (Comet) they claim that all ports are BPF.
> Any comments ?
> Thank, Assi
> 
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