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Re: 2.4 GHz Signal source



There is a really good article on a weak signal source at:
http://www.g0mrf.freeserve.co.uk/source.htm
I used a 96 MHz crystal.  The 25th harmonic came out close to 2400 MHz.
Cliff K7RR


On Sun, 28 Jan 2001, Robert Knoblach wrote:

> 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 feetīs. Itīs also useful
> to calibrate azimut & elevation of your rotor system
> 
> 73īs 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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