Re: Octagon LNB


Brian Flynn GM8BJF
 

Hi Andy,
I spotted that bit a while back and found them quite useful at lower frquencies. I used one to make a GPS locked reference for my aging FT736R which had to be on 20.048 MHz which at first appeared to be awkward but then I remembered about  binary!
They are digital devices and as long as dv by dt is ok they should work. They can't depend on capacitive coupling inside!

73s Brian GM8BJF

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