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Re: 2.4GHz QRM


Uplinks? No. Not at all. Ever. You are right.

Downlinks? Yes, in rare cases, soft of.

My experience is that poorly designed 434
equipment without stable oscillators can be a problem.

Did this actually stop me hearing a satellite?
Well... No.


Emily Clarke wrote:
> At 01:46 AM 8/2/2006, Sil - ZL2CIA wrote:
>> Emily,
>> 434 MHz devices are quite a problem here. The ZL amateur 70cm 
>> allocation runs from 430 MHz to 440 MHz and we don't the the luxury of 
>> the frequencies above 440 MHz for repeater use. [....]
> Sil - I understand that this is causing problems - pagers in the 147MHz 
> range here in the US cause the same problem.  However, will 434 
> interfere with amateur satellite uplinks in the 435-438 MHz range when 
> they are 800km to 36000km in space?
> 73,
> Emily
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