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Re: Need help Pse..



Hi Hector,

Down East Microwave has a 17 dBic helix they sell for $125.   There were
also some good construction articles in the AMSAT Journal in past years.
You might check the archives.  In the days of AO-13, mode S many were using
the "Bob Myers bbq" with good success.  That was a linearly polarized wire
mesh parabolic dish (surplus TV antenna) for a lot less than $125.  I would
hope that P3D will require even less antenna than AO-13, mode S required.
CP probably won't be necessary.

73 - JC,k0hps@amsat.org

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To: <amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org>
Sent: Wednesday, May 10, 2000 9:30 AM
Subject: [amsat-bb] Need help Pse..


> Hello to all:
> I would like to know which companies are making circular polarization
> antennas for 2.4 GHz.
> Also where can I find equipment to operate on that band.
>
> Many tnx in advance
> 73's
> XE2CK, Hector.
>
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