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RE: RE: S band for 6 bucks



I don't know about other 2.4ghz cordless phones but I found one that has a
channel right in the AO-40 band pass. It's a Curtis Model TC967. The way I
discovered it was a neighbor of mine bought one and blew me right off AO-40
(in the middle of a QSO). I never did find out which neighbor it was but I
was able to figure out the type of phone they were using. This was a couple
of years ago, so it might be hard to find one now. I got this one at the
local "Office Max" store.

This phone runs 'un-encrypted' wide band FM on one of 14 random frequencies.

2400.600	2402.976
2401.094	2404.454
2401.575*	2404.960
2402.500	2405.500
2402.501	2405.500
2403.014	2406.000
2403.496	2406.510

Steve .. AI7W
Lm #2270

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-AMSAT-BB@amsat.org [mailto:owner-AMSAT-BB@amsat.org]On
Behalf Of Reicher, James
Sent: Tuesday, June 14, 2005 14:00 UTC
To: amsat-bb@amsat.org
Subject: RE: [amsat-bb] RE: S band for 6 bucks


I seem to remember that 2.4GHz phones have a channel that falls into the
2401 passband.  Can someone tell me what channel this is?

73 de N8AU, Jim in Raymore, MO
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