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Re: $12,500. TO BURN



Stan:

Can I borrow the UO-14 kilowatt amp for Field Day?  5 watts works fine the
rest of the year.  Thanks, Vince for the reminder.

73,
Dennis
WA4ZJJ
----- Original Message -----
From: Vince Fiscus, KB7ADL <vlfiscus@mcn.net>
To: <amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org>
Sent: Friday, February 16, 2001 11:01 AM
Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] $12,500. TO BURN


> Stan,
> You forgot the kilowatt amplifier for UO-14.
>
> KB7ADL
>
>
> At 09:23 PM 2/15/01 +0000, Stan <stan@capeonramp.com> wrote:
> >Hello John,
> >
> >consider the following: (My 2 cents worth)
> >
> >0. AMSAT LIFE membership !!!
> >1. Rohn 25 tower, guyed, at 40' or high enough to see
> >         the horizon 360 around in AZ.
> >2. M2 ORION Azimuth and MT1000 Elevation positioners,
> >         M2 horizontal fiberglass boom
> >3. M2 2M cross polarized yagi with 2M LANDWEHR mast mounted
> >         preamplifier (to 100W)
> >4. M2 70 cm cross pol yagi and 70cm LANDWEHR mast mounted
> >         preamplifier (to 100W)
> >5. M2 1269 Mhz 35 el yagi, SSB 23CM mast mounted preamplifier
> >         (to 100W)sequencer for shack, SSB DCW-15 SHF, mast mounted
> >6. Meyers cast alloy grid parabolic dish antenna for 2400 Mhz,
> >         DEMI 2400-144 receive   converter, mast mounted, or
> >         DEMI 2400-144 transverter with 15W PA, mast mounted.
> >7. DB6NT 5668 Mhz TX (only) converter, 144.0 Mhz IF,
> >         dish like the Meyers grid dish.
> >8. DB6NT 10,451 MHz receiver converter to 432 Mhz IF, 2' dish
> >9. DB6NT 24,048 GHz RX down converter to 432 (or 1269 MHz) IF,
> >         1' or 2' dish
> >10. 1/2" hardline Andrews LFD4-50A or superflex FSJ4-50B from
> >         shack to tower top.LMR 400 flexi for rotator service loops.
> >         Always quality (mil-spec) N connectors, rotator control cables,
> >         other control cables, (shielded 8C)
> >         coaxial lightning arrestors at base of tower to ground
> >         system and at shack entry.
> >11. YAESU FT-847 for basic SAT work, ICOM 910H with 1.2 GHZ,
> >         as an IF strip for 5.6, 10.4 and 24.4 GHZ, RIGBLASTER for
> >         PC based digital modes, SAT/TNC for other SAT modes,
> >12. PC and INSTATRACK V1.5 for satellite tracking. High speed DSL ISP
> >         connectivity for info and e-mail reflectors....
> >13. Optical receiver of the AO-40 INFRA-RED experiments,
> >         400 BPS modem for receiving.
> >14. FT-1000MP for HF SAT modes plus speaker and filters,
> >         great for sunday 20M net...
> >15. Homebrew controller for transverter sequencing,
> >         preamplifier PTT control etc.
> >16. Time to operate....
> >
> >Stan, WA1ECF  AMSAT LM
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >John Becker wrote:
> > >
> > > Hi all,
> > >
> > > I'm now ready to get serious about satellites.
> > > Will be getting a VHF UHF all mode rig. But would
> > > like what ya'all like?  and will be putting up new antennas
> > > on the tower. I mean I want to case a shadow with it.
> > >
> > > I have not clue what I need at this time but I got some
> > > money to burn.
> > >
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