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RE: InstaTune with InstaTrack and AO-40



Hasan

> Does anyone out there have an appropriate entry in the config file for
> InstaTune add-on for InstaTrack?

Here's a post I made back on 6 May 2001... it's not 100% accurate but it's
not far off - your RX converter will have more temperature drift and base
crystal frequency accuracy than this:

Early days but I'm using (plagiarized from Tony AA2TX)...

;***** Satellite AO-40 P3D *************************************
satellite AO-40 U/S             ; mode U/S, UHF up, S down
transponder 2836.997 invert     ; calculated from 435.649 up + 2401.348 down
beacon 2401.323 usb             ; if you need cw instead, use "cw"
rxconverter 2256.000            ; = converter local osc 144MHz
; rxconverter 2389.30           ; = converter local osc 10.7MHz
; rxconverter 2278.00           ; = converter local osc 122MHz

satellite AO-40 L/S             ; mode L/S, L up, S down
transponder 3670.710 invert     ; calculated from 1269.362 up + 2401.348
down
beacon 2401.323 usb             ; if you need cw instead, use "cw"
rxconverter 2256.000            ; = converter local osc 144MHz
; rxconverter 2389.30           ; = converter local osc 10.7MHz
; rxconverter 2278.00           ; = converter local osc 122MHz

The above is being used successfully on a TS-2000 with both 70cm and 23cm
uplinks.

73 Howard G6LVB

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