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Re: Source for a Small Transmitter?



Gary,
A used HT is perfect for this application, and you might find one used that 
needs a battery pack for cheep.
Art,
KC6UQH
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Gary Memory" <gmemory@compuserve.com>
To: <amsat-bb@amsat.org>
Sent: Sunday, May 28, 2006 3:45 PM
Subject: [amsat-bb] Source for a Small Transmitter?


> I'm looking for a source or three for a small-in-size UHF transmitter.
> Preferably 1 watt or less. My project is to put a transmitter on a 
> tethered
> balloon or a kite.  Maybe a rocket is a possibility if the TX is small
> enough.
>
> Along these lines, do you know of a source for a small programmable CW 
> keyer
> and a maybe even a small TNC (The TNC is a stretch, it was a wild
> afterthought).
>
> Kits are perfect.
>
> I'm looking online right now (actually, I'm right now looking at the 
> Ramsey
> kits page), and I'll look through a few copies of QST in a few mins..but I
> wondered if someone else may already have experience with a known good
> source.  TKS es 73
>
> Gary, N7BRJ
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