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Re: Low cost az-els

I had a similar question and Greg, KO6TH, sent me his website address
showing his project. There is enough info that I am sure you could duplicate
the project/improve it if you wished.


If you have to ship a heavy package to Australia, the advantage of
homebrewing could be great since I expect shipping would really jack up the

I just took a look at Gigaparts and the Yaesu G5500 is $625 and SatEL's rig
is $418. I am not sure that the price of SatEL's product would sway me to it
rather than the Yaesu if I were about to buy.

David Beach

----- Original Message -----
From: "Eric Rawson" <ericrawson@rawsonoptics.com>
To: <amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org>
Cc: <kn6kc@arrl.net>
Sent: Saturday, December 14, 2002 12:01 AM
Subject: [amsat-bb] Low cost az-els

> Phil@spiderweb.com.au writes:
> >In desperation I've decided to ask via this list if anyone has or knows
> an elevation rotator that I could buy.


> For low-cost az-els check out www.satel.us. Users are mounting 3 ft
> dishes for AO-40 2.4 GHz downlink on these az-els.
> Eric, KN6KC

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