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Re: Duplexer for Sats



A closer look at that document reveals that it was written in September 
2006 and towards the end of it mention is made of the possibility of a 
second article about tweaking the standard Arrow for more gain - does 
anyone know if that article has been written/published or, for that 
matter, does anyone have any links to sites that describe Arrow 
modifications?

Thanks

David
KG4ZLB


Pughkeithd@cs.com wrote:
> In a message dated 9/22/2008 10:41:01 AM Central Daylight Time, 
> satkins@inetdesign.org writes: 
>   
> Stephen,
>
> Check this out:  http://www.wa5vjb.com/references/Cheap%20Antennas-LEOs.pdf
>
> A duplexer is built as part of the antenna combination, but could be done 
> separately if necessary.  Any 50 ohm coax and connectors could be used.  This one 
> does feature inductors wound on a pencil.
>
> 73 - Keith, W5IU
>    
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