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Re: s-band frequencies



AO-40 contains 2 S-band receivers but they will not operate simultaneously
with either of the S-band transmitters. Since the V, U and X-band downlinks
are not functioning at this point, at least one S-band downlink is on all
the time and neither S-band uplink can be used.

73,

John
KD6OZH
.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Eddy Jespers" <ejespers@wanadoo.be>
To: "AMSAT BBS" <amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org>
Sent: Tuesday, 29 May 2001 20:25 UTC
Subject: [amsat-bb] s-band frequencies


> The s band transponder has two uplink frequency bands, 2400.100 MHz -
> 2400.600 MHz
> and 2446.200 MHz and 2446.700 MHz
>
> Are these frequencies being used in all RF reagions, or are they related
to
> a certain reagion.
>
> I am setting up my s-band up link in Europe, and can not find the
> information whether i have
> to prepare for both uplink bands, or one of the two.
>
> Can anybody explain ?
>
> Best regards,
> Eddy ON7UN
>
>
>       UPLINK  Digital  Analog Passband
>
>       13cm(1)  2400.100 - 2400.350 MHz  2400.350 - 2400.600 MHz
>       13cm(2)  2446.200 - 2446.450 MHz  2446.450 - 2446.700 MHz
>
>
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