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Re: 70 Mhz IF to 11 Ghz up/downconverter



The 70 MHz IF is very common with older commercial "C" and "Ku" band
equipment.
You are correct in that they have a number of usable parts for the
experimenter.

w9gb
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> Message: 15
> Date: Mon, 29 Sep 2003 19:07:31 -0400
> From: Tyler Harpster <tyler@cyberia.com>
> Subject: [amsat-bb] 70 Mhz IF to 11 Ghz up/downconverter
>
> Anyone interested in some 70 Mhz transverters made by Communication
> Techniques?  They are individual rack mount units.  One upconverts and
> one downconverts.  10.9 to 11.7 Ghz.  is the upconvert/downconvert range
> tunable by a front panel thumb switch.
>
> I also have a few receivers for approximately 11 Ghz.  (no documentation)
>
> I have no way of knowing if they are functional, but they certainly have
> lots of interesting parts!  (osc's, isolators, attenuators, semirigid
> coax, 70 Mhz IF amps, etc)
>
> tyler@cyberia.com
> N3SPD
>


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