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> I don't understand why 10 meters...if its a handheld wouldn't  
> "B" mode be better size wise ??? and doppler

Easy, it takes 10 times more power on the uplink on mode B and the
Doppler is 20 times worse than on 10m.  Both just make the project
harder for casual handheld operation.

on 6/1/01 8:15 PM, Bob Bruninga at bruninga@usna.edu wrote:

> Regarding the next satellite:  "HANDI-SAT"
> Here is my take.  I want to build a 2m uplink, 10m downlink linear
> satellite.  Yes, Its the old MODE-A,  BUT design it for HT'S!
> Remember, now with the Yeasu 817 and now the Kenwood TH-F6A with all mode
> receivers, by next year we will have an HT with ALL MODE transmitter too.
> BINGO!  THen we have HAM Radio HAND-HELD two-way VOICE that can support 30
> or more simultaneous QSO's.

de WB4APR@amsat.org, Bob

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