Subject: Re: transverter design for 20 meters?
Date: Wed, 25 Sep 2002 13:01:17 +0300
Organization: GRNET, Greece
NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 25 Sep 2002 09:55:49 +0000 (UTC)
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actually it dose not cost more than 40$ ......
but in the long run I would have to agree that the time and the effort may
drive you to buy a nice new RIG :)
a lot of Italian used their multimode cb to go 'down' to 6.500 Mhz....
"JB" wrote in message
> Actually, up-conversion has the advantage of fewer potential for birdies
> from harmonics of the oscillators. Most of the better transceivers use
> an IF higher than the Fo.
> I have no experience with the 10m radio you mentioned, but it sounds
> like your project has potential. Additional circuitry could be built into
> housing extension, replacing the bottom cover? The down side, It
> could cost more than buying a used HF multi-band rig, but that idea
> never scared any hot rodders from building. Sounds like a neat
> Jim, ac6tk
> "Deos" wrote in message
> : HI JC
> : i have used transverter for years (made some as well) from 10M to 40M it
> : be done!
> : "JC" wrote in message
> : news:firstname.lastname@example.org...
> : > I think transverters are used for increasing the working frequency not
> : > decreasing it, i.e. passing from HF to VHF.