Hi Ben et all,
Here, Hugh VA3TO and I are using BLILEY OCXO, I don't have a part number to
pass along as I'm not home infront of it. I believe 47NV..... It runs off
5vdc and is extremely accurate after just a couple minutes of warm up,
stability is also top notch and the phase noise is excellent.
We have been using these in our 10/24 & 47GHz systems for a few years now
and no complaints. I found the 5v supply to be of great importance, as
your portable battery system coukd easily drop below 12v or even into 11 or
10v, the OCXO still stays stable unlike some that require the higher
voltages. After that most transverters will unlock below 9v and some around
If I'm not mistaken, PACKRATS have a kit that they sell, a board with the
built in 5v reg and the actual BLILEY OCXO as well at a reasonable price.
Reaching out to the group should get you going.
If you like to brew your own, the BLILEY OCXO are readily available on eBay
Hope that helps.
73 de Peter
I'm looking for a M2 2M9SSB yagi to use as a "lab rat". I currently have 4
of these in my EME array and want to make some mods to clean up the pattern
and reduce my RX QRN. If anyone has one or knows of one they want to part
with (in almost any condition) please contact me.
Thanks and 73,
Very sorry but I still have a high level of noise on the 2304MHz and
2320MHz and I had big problems with my RX.
my log: 23.05.2020 - OK1CA ES5PC SP6OPN UA3PTW OK2ULQ OH2DG
SM2CEW# OK1KIR 24.05.2020 - G3LTF OK1KKD OH1LRY WB2BYP# WA9FWD# WA6PY
LX1DB SM3BYA SA6BUN# PA3DZL Thank you for great qsos and see you again.
73 Chris SP7DCS
Hi EME gang, I am looking for filter usable for 47 GHz band. Looking for
final product, design I know.
Any info please direct to my e-mail.
Zdenek - OK1DFC
QRV EME 144 MHz - 24 GHz
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DXCC 432 - 1296 MHz
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