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Re: Conifer MDS Downconverter





I too bought one of these units (knowing there was little info on it) to
experiment. However, I do have a lot of test equipment, but not at
these frequencies. Any hints of the area of these units by those that
have the test equipment would be greatly appreciated.



At 07:39 AM 02/24/2001 -0600, Gary \"Joe\" Mayfield wrote:
>I bought one of Mark's Conifer downconverters.  It looks like a pretty neat
>toy.  Does anyone know anything about these?  It has the following
>information on the label:
>
>Conifer Corporation
>MDS DOWNCONVERTER
>MDP(is embossed in the sticker)
>SERIAL NO. 45796
>MDS CH. 1 (the 1 is embossed in the sticker)
>OUTPUT CH. 2  (the 2 is embossed in the sticker)
>MADE IN BURLINGTON, IOWA
>
>It has 3 connectors, One type 'N' female and 2 type 'F' female.  The flyer
>states the N is for the S band, but not much else.  Why would there be two
>'F' connectors?  Does anyone know the power reqiurement of this unit?  Does
>anyone k now the exact frequency responce of this unit?
>
>Thanks and 73,
>Joe
>ka0yos@amsat.org
>
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Reid Bristor,  WA4UPD
S.E. Area SATGATE

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