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Re: Simple 2.4Ghz Beacon Follow up



Hi John,

Thanks again for a quick reply to my questions about the 2.4ghz signal
source.  I think your last post with the updated files was much more than
adequate.  i will attempt to duplicate your model.

...........................tnx.................................Hank,
N8ANR



On Fri, 11 May 2001 21:07:15 +0100 John Wright <g4dmf@AMSAT.Org> writes:
> I was surprised at the amount of interest generated by my signal 
> source. I 
> had many questions about dimensions etc, spacings, cap tap point 
> etc. I 
> have re-drawn the schematic, it is available on the original link 
> http://www.g4dmf.co.uk/2400.gif
> 
> I have also written up the whole thing, added some pictures, and 
> descriptions. This is available at http://g4dmf.co.uk/2400/2400.html
> Anyone who wants to use is more than welcome. If you do distribute 
> it, in 
> any form, please acknowledge its source.
> 
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