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Re: Microwave Bands Need a quick tutorial



At 12:08 PM 5/24/2007, Steve Raas wrote:
>When I refer to 1296 or 1268.. I think 1.2gig, not a Letter like S, X, K,
>what have you.
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>I need a little help or a link to a list that breaks down what band is
>L/S/U/K/V/ ect.
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>I looked on the amsat page.. but could not find anything.
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>In time ill memorize it.. but when trying to think of future plans for my
>station and doing my research.. the use of both is so common.. its confusing
>trying to figure out my needs.
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>Thanx!
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>-Steve Raas
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>N2JDQ
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>http://n2jdq2007.tripod.com/

A=28-30 MHz
V=145 MHz
U=435 MHz
L=1.2 GHz
S=2.4 GHz
C=5.6 GHz
X=10 GHz
K=24 GHz
R=47 GHz

3.4 GHz is also in the s-band but not currently used for satellite 
(but this may change).
There you go :-)


73,
Ed - KL7UW
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