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Re: AMSAT-BB Search Engine--> Cal Amp 130001

You probably want Ward, WC0Y's, page at:  http://communities.msn.com/wc0y

There have been some server problems for web pages at both MSN and AOL recently, so don't be surprised if pictures are missing or other problems.

I have both a 130001 and several 31732 surplus d/c's.  The latter is by far an easier conversion and a hotter d/c.  They go cheap at hamfests, sometimes as little as $5.
Jerry, K5OE

In a message dated Mon, 6 May 2002  5:36:56 AM Eastern Daylight Time, "Keith O'Brien" <n4zq@hotmail.com> writes:

>I been hunting for a few articles in the archives of AMSAT -BB that I know 
>I've read in the past about the Cal Amp 31000 downconverter. But not being 
>sure when they appeared, I started my search. And I looked, and I read, and 
>I scanned, and I looked some more. After an hour of not having any luck 
>finding them, I decided to take a break and compose this question. Is there 
>any reason that a search engine could not be applied to the AMSAT-BB 
>archives? Something that would zero in on a key word or words with maybe a 
>time limit. I know I can't be the only one that has been down this road 
>looking for something. It sure would make research a lot easier. If anyone 
>can point me to some data about a Cal Amp 130001 downconverter, I appreciate 
>it. Mean while back to the archives.. TNX Keith N4ZQ
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