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Re: Tune the uplink or downlink?



The receive down link, because it on a higher frequency and has a larger
doppler effect in khz shift, needs to be tuned.  If you set your transmit
frequency for the mid point you shouldn't have to adjust it.

----- Original Message -----
From: Ciemon G0TRT <g0trt@AMSAT.Org>
To: <amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org>
Sent: Saturday, November 11, 2000 1:09 PM
Subject: [amsat-bb] Tune the uplink or downlink?


> After finally getting an Arrow antenna thanks to a very kind gentleman
here
> in the UK (I'll not give his callsign as he'd get swamped with requests)
I'm
> starting to have a go on the FM birds. The fabulous UK weather isn't
> helping, but the can of worms I need to re-open is, do I tune the uplink
or
> downlink? I seem to remember reading that's it's just the downlink.
>
> I'm also after a gel cell supplier in the UK, anyone?
> 73.....Ciemon Dunville G0TRT Sysop MB7UPG IGate
> email - g0trt@amsat.org
> ICQ - 6263612
> homepage - http://go.to/APRSUK
>
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