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Re: Re: Leila in "jam only" mode




>
> > I could not agree more on the downlink with respect to polarity.....yes,
> > yes, yes,
> > I would never bother with a linear feed on the downlink...2.4
> >
> > Do you have polarity switching on your downlink???
> >
> > My question again to you...what does polarity switching on the AO40 435
> > uplink have to do with the downlink???
> >
> > My polarity switcher on the uplink works just fine, use it on the FO's all
> > the time when they are available...But I have never noticed an iota of
> > difference when switching the 435 uplink on AO40....have you???
> >
> >
> >
> >             73, Dave wb6llo@amsat.org
> >                     Disagree: I learn....
>
>No Dave
>    no polarity switcher on the downlink here, and yes I have noticed
>difference on the uplink, like I said, wind a helix for 435 backwards and see
>what happens... and what does the uplink have to do with the downlink? well I
>would guess that if you don't get into the sat receiver very well thats its
>not likely it will come out the other end very well :-).
>
>the point of my post was not to imply that all ills on ao40 are because of
>circularity, it was to say that there are many things that can trip you up,
>and you should never throw away gain, and more gain on receive is always
>better than more gain on xmit, don't you agree?

Sure.




            73, Dave wb6llo@amsat.org
                    Disagree: I learn.... 

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