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Re: Question about AO-51 and K5GNA downconverters



Depending on the maximum elevation (and hence, the relative speed of the 
satellite's approach and departure) it can range up to plus or minus 60 
KHz., so, if your downconverter is "right on", from 145.260 at AOS down to 
145.140 at LOS for a really high pass.

(Just tested my K5GNA barbecue grill antenna and TSI downconverter on 
receive on the last pass, and heard the sat beautifully on my HT - all ready 
for Field Day!)

George, KA3HSW


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From: "Ronald Nutter" <rnutter@networkref.com>
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Sent: Saturday, June 18, 2005 6:59 PM
Subject: [amsat-bb] Question about AO-51 and K5GNA downconverters


> For those who are using this combination, what are you seeing in terms
> of frequencies on the 2m handheld at start of and end of pass ?
>
> Ron
> KA4KYI
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