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Re: AO40 Doppler



>From: Paul Williamson <kb5mu@AMSAT.Org>
>At 05:42 AM 5/29/2002 +0000, Alan P. Biddle wrote:
>>Most of the jumps seem to be the result of the solid dish catching the sun 
>>exactly right
>>to toast the converter.  After finding one corner of the weather proof case
>>slightly blistered, I made some major changes in the geometry.
>
>Does anybody think it would be a useful feature for a tracking program to 
>prevent the antennas from pointing within N degrees of the Sun?
>
>73  -Paul
>kb5mu@amsat.org

Gee Paul, if you do how will you ever cook the hot dogs?  Ever notice a hot
dog (or better yet a Polish Sausage) fits nicely inside the helix feed?

Ed
with twelve Alaskan Husky "hot dogs" in the sun!

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