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Re: 2.4 GHz Signal source



Hello Donald,
I used my handy on 1200 MHz 20 mW on a dummyload and looked for
the second harmonic. Very strong and stabil signal, and you can also tune
the yagi or dish over a distance of more then 1000 feet´s. It´s also useful
to calibrate azimut & elevation of your rotor system

73´s de Robert, DD4YR



Donald Jacob schrieb:

> Is there a relatively cheap or easy to construct signal source for 2.4GHz? I
> hooked my DEMI downconverter to the dish antenna today, connected to FT-847.
> Looked where I thought AO-40 should be, didn't hear anything. The thought
> crossed my mind that the downconverter frequency could be shifted.
> So, I am looking for a way to calibrate the downconverter without taking it
> to NASA!
> Thanks
> Don, WB5EKU
> DM04sg
>
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