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Re: Ku-Band on AO-40

In a message dated 1/5/03 10:58:49 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
ReinhardSual@apotik2000.net writes:

> Where exactly is the Ku-band on AO-40?
>  I am just thinking if it is possible to use the TVRO Ku-Band LNB as down
>  converter (it down converts to 900-1750Mhz).
>  73, Reinhard Sual -YB0KTQ

Hello Reinhard,

It's actually K Band (24 GHz)  The beacon is at 24,048,035. The transmitter 
is 50 KHz wide. 24,048.010 to 24,048,060.

Mike, N1JEZ
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Local Area Coordinator
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