[amsat-bb] HF Satellite Transponder
nss at mwt.net
Thu May 26 18:21:40 UTC 2016
is sat operations even legal on that band? 12M?
The old Russian 15 & 10 meters were cool,
I'd like to see a good old mode "A" myself. It has to be the easiest (
except for the FM Channel repeater on a very tall tower equivalent birds)
Extreme simple gear can get you on Mode "A"
Ive done it with a dipole on 10 and a coathanger GP on 2 and the 2
transmitter was a FM rig with the mic disconnected and a straight key on
the PTT. it was a little chirpy but hey worked like 30 states with that
The Original Rolling Ball Clock
On 5/26/2016 12:45 PM, Robert Bruninga wrote:
> I may have a launch opportunity for an HF=HF transponder for a possible
> cubesat idea. Probably something like 12m up and 10m down?
> Is this worth doing (re-doing) at this point of technology? Enough
> bandwidth to support a few voice channels?
> Any volunteers to build the translator board?
> How is 24 MHz band used? The entire SSB portion of the band is only 60
> kHz, so using say 15 kHz for a linear translator to 10m would be quite a
> slice. But then the downlink at 10m would be OK since it does have an
> exclusive satellite band and so any inadvertent QSO's would be coming down
> in a non-competing downlink
> Just some open ended thinking after Dayton.
> Bob, WB4aPR
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