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Re: Newbies! Low cost U/S stations.

--- Robert Oler <cvn65vf94@msn.com> wrote: > 
> >From: Trevor <m5aka@yahoo.co.uk>
> >To: "John Stephensen, KD6OZH" <kd6ozh@AMSAT.Org>,
> amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org
> >Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] Newbies! Low cost U/S stations.
> >Date: Sun, 10 Jun 2001 16:48:38 +0100 (BST)
> >
> >I don't believe you can get a mode U/S station
> >for anything like the cost of a Mode A station
> >and for hams in many parts of the world the UHF/SHF
> >equipment thats readily available in the States is
> >simply unobtainable.
> >Mode A sats are still needed and will be for many
> >years to come.
> >
> >However, on the subject of low cost U/S stations
> >has anyone thought of writing an article for QST
> >describing how to get on U/S with a shoe-string budget ?
> >
> >Trevor M5AKA
> >
> Steve Ford (who is I think one of the best writers at ARRL)
> has more or less 
> done it...but he did leave a challenge about "how low can you
> go" and a 
> cuople of us are trying to perfect that...
> Robert
> _
I look foward to reading it.

Trevor M5AKA
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