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Re: passive reflector links?



we used to do this all  the time on 2 meters on fox hunts, to help 
confuse the hunters from finding the fox.  it worked very well.  so  if 
it can work on 2  it has to work even better I would think on the higher 
freqs.

Robert Bruninga wrote:

>>Subject: 144 Mhz contact made using ISS as 
>>passive reflector
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>What I want to try is taking the ubiquitous 3m satelite dish and
>point it at the local water tower, and then find another such
>ham to do the same, and see what kind of 2.4 GHz links we can
>establish... 
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>We have a 600' tower across the river, and with a total of about
>50 dB gain from the two dishes, it would seem to be a viable way
>of communicating.
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>Not much else to do with all these BUD's.  Bob, WB4APR
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