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Re: L'ers equipment



Hi Bob

I can reduce my Yaesu FT-736 10 watt output to 2 watts and still
get full quieting on AO-51.
I have an array of 4 x 27 turn helix fed with 35 feet of 5/8 inch
hardline.
I have tried the 10 watts into a single 27 turn helix and as
expected it worked as well as the 2 watts into the 4 x helix array.

On AO-40 I seldom used U/S as the L band array worked
so well on mode L/S for hundreds of QSO's.

See  March/April 2004 AMSAT Journal for pictures and construction
details of my 4 x 27 turn helix L band array.

Clare VE3NPC

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Sent: Tuesday, September 12, 2006 12:51 PM
Subject: [amsat-bb] L'ers equipment


> Hello
> I would like an informal survey regarding what you are using for Mode L.
> I am working on my system and do not want reinvent the wheel.  The format
> of radio-power-transmission line-antenna/gain.  I use a IC-1271A-10
> watts-50 feet LMR400-12T helix about 12 db gain (or so).  I need to
> improve my system and as usual your advice is invauable.  Perhaps several
> on the list could benifit from this.  The current AO-51 in L/S is an
> excellent chance to fine tune my system.
> 73 Bob W7LRD
> Seattle
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