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Re: New Rotor on the market Coming



I did a bit of digging on their site and found:
http://www.alfaradio.ca/docs/alfaspid-price-march-21-2005.pdf

Steep...

-David Carr
KD5QGR



Cliff Buttschardt wrote:

>I believe that company had a pre-production sample at the Toronto convention
>a few years ago.  It seemed well worth the money at that time.  The .pdf file
>with prices constantly returns a 404 error so it is not possible to compare
>at the present time, but a new Az/El rotor manufacturer would be most welcome!
>Cliff K7RR
>
>Andrew Glasbrenner wrote:
>  
>
>>I think we gave one away at the Dayton AMSAT booth last year as a membership renewal prize.
>>
>>73, Drew
>>
>>    
>>
>>>I was surfing the web and came accross this web site. It looks like a New
>>>AZ/EL rotor will be coming out.
>>>      
>>>
>>>http://www.alfaradio.ca/alfaspid-1.html
>>>      
>>>
>>>Anyone ever heard of this company??
>>>      
>>>
>>>Angelo
>>>      
>>>
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