Date   

Re: Help of possible

David GM6BIG <aware@...>
 

Hi Oliver,
 
I have had good service from Sinequanon in the past.
Sinequanon was understanding and patient when I had a Paypal problem getting payment to him.
 
GL,
73 David GM6BIG
 
 
 

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, June 10, 2007 5:28 PM
Subject: [ukmicrowaves] Help of possible

Hi to all,

I'm sorry for talking about something not technical but this is
regarding microwave anyway..
I bought 2 microwave items from ''SINEQUANON Ltd''
Some of you might know this Company and might be of help to me:

I am very upset by not having received these 2 items I bought for a
total of 269 £ early may . My claims to SINEQUANON ar left unanswered.

I bought these items from E bay early may, since then, I have send
Emailssssss to SINEQUANON, called them as well to let them know I
haven' t received any thing yet. I only had the chance to leave a
message to an answering machine.

The worst is: NO REPLY at all from SINEQUANON

This SINEQUANON company use to come to Ham fair like SEIGY and it is
where I met them for the first time.
Hope the Ham community could be of help......

73, Olivier F6HGQ


Re: Help of possible

David Wrigley <zen130696@...>
 

Hi Olivier,
I have bought many items from Charles and have had good service, but
recently over the last few weeks he has been difficult to contact. - I
don't know why.
I would persist in sending emails.

David G6GXK



Olivier MEHEUT wrote:


Hi to all,

I'm sorry for talking about something not technical but this is
regarding microwave anyway..
I bought 2 microwave items from ''SINEQUANON Ltd''
Some of you might know this Company and might be of help to me:

I am very upset by not having received these 2 items I bought for a
total of 269 £ early may . My claims to SINEQUANON ar left unanswered.

I bought these items from E bay early may, since then, I have send
Emailssssss to SINEQUANON, called them as well to let them know I
haven' t received any thing yet. I only had the chance to leave a
message to an answering machine.

The worst is: NO REPLY at all from SINEQUANON

This SINEQUANON company use to come to Ham fair like SEIGY and it is
where I met them for the first time.
Hope the Ham community could be of help......

73, Olivier F6HGQ


Re: Help of possible

Chris G8BKE
 

Olivier,

I have just bought some items from them and have asked several times on e mail for their full postal
address
to mail the cheque to ...but no response. In the past they have been okay. So I'm not sure what is
happening?

73 de Chris

Hi to all,

I'm sorry for talking about something not technical but this is
regarding microwave anyway..
I bought 2 microwave items from ''SINEQUANON Ltd''
Some of you might know this Company and might be of help to me:

I am very upset by not having received these 2 items I bought for a
total of 269 early may . My claims to SINEQUANON ar left unanswered.


I bought these items from E bay early may, since then, I have send
Emailssssss to SINEQUANON, called them as well to let them know I
haven' t received any thing yet. I only had the chance to leave a
message to an answering machine.

The worst is: NO REPLY at all from SINEQUANON


This SINEQUANON company use to come to Ham fair like SEIGY and it is
where I met them for the first time.
Hope the Ham community could be of help......


73, Olivier F6HGQ




Yahoo! Groups Links



Re: Help of possible

John Randall <m0els@...>
 

I too was caught in his trap....so blacklisted him, he blacklisted me in relaliation, but I had it over turned by ebay. One slippery character.
 
73 John

Olivier MEHEUT wrote:
Hi to all,

I'm sorry for talking about something not technical but this is
regarding microwave anyway..
I bought 2 microwave items from ''SINEQUANON Ltd''
Some of you might know this Company and might be of help to me:

I am very upset by not having received these 2 items I bought for a
total of 269 early may . My claims to SINEQUANON ar left unanswered.

I bought these items from E bay early may, since then, I have send
Emailssssss to SINEQUANON, called them as well to let them know I
haven' t received any thing yet. I only had the chance to leave a
message to an answering machine.

The worst is: NO REPLY at all from SINEQUANON

This SINEQUANON company use to come to Ham fair like SEIGY and it is
where I met them for the first time.
Hope the Ham community could be of help......

73, Olivier F6HGQ



Yahoo! Mail is the world's favourite email. Don't settle for less, sign up for your free account today.


Re: Help of possible

nierveze <nierveze@...>
 

Olivier ,I am also an ebay user and really I have
very very few problems ,but when it happens the only
solution is to contact ebay and to open a dispute
through ebay and paypal ,every time it happened to me ,two times (among 180 items bought on ebay)if my memory is good ,it solved the problem :one time we agreeded to nulI the sale ,I was fully refunded,the other time they had forgotten my box ...all they had to do was to find it and ship it :-))) .
It may happen.Do not hesitate to contact ebay ,and do not let delay go ...I personnaly have bought one receiver from Sinequanon without problem.Courage
best 73 alain f1gqb

----- Message d'origine -----
Envoyé : dimanche 10 juin 2007 18:28
Objet : [ukmicrowaves] Help of possible

Hi to all,

I'm sorry for talking about something not technical but this is
regarding microwave anyway..
I bought 2 microwave items from ''SINEQUANON Ltd''
Some of you might know this Company and might be of help to me:

I am very upset by not having received these 2 items I bought for a
total of 269 £ early may . My claims to SINEQUANON ar left unanswered.

I bought these items from E bay early may, since then, I have send
Emailssssss to SINEQUANON, called them as well to let them know I
haven' t received any thing yet. I only had the chance to leave a
message to an answering machine.

The worst is: NO REPLY at all from SINEQUANON

This SINEQUANON company use to come to Ham fair like SEIGY and it is
where I met them for the first time.
Hope the Ham community could be of help......

73, Olivier F6HGQ


Re: Help of possible

Mike Willis <m.j.willis@...>
 

That is interesting, Charles is usually quite reliable. He wasn't at the last Rally I went to either which was unusual, perhaps he will be at Newbury next weekend. He might also be at FN this year.

Mike

Olivier MEHEUT wrote:


Hi to all,

I'm sorry for talking about something not technical but this is
regarding microwave anyway..
I bought 2 microwave items from ''SINEQUANON Ltd''
Some of you might know this Company and might be of help to me:

I am very upset by not having received these 2 items I bought for a
total of 269 early may . My claims to SINEQUANON ar left unanswered.

I bought these items from E bay early may, since then, I have send
Emailssssss to SINEQUANON, called them as well to let them know I
haven' t received any thing yet. I only had the chance to leave a
message to an answering machine.

The worst is: NO REPLY at all from SINEQUANON

This SINEQUANON company use to come to Ham fair like SEIGY and it is
where I met them for the first time.
Hope the Ham community could be of help......

73, Olivier F6HGQ


Help of possible

Olivier MEHEUT <f6hgq@...>
 

Hi to all,

I'm sorry for talking about something not technical but this is regarding microwave anyway..
I bought 2 microwave items from ''SINEQUANON Ltd''
Some of you might know this Company and might be of help to me:

I am very upset by not having received these 2 items I bought for a total of 269 early may . My claims to SINEQUANON ar left unanswered.


I bought these items from E bay early may, since then, I have send Emailssssss to SINEQUANON, called them as well to let them know I haven' t received any thing yet. I only had the chance to leave a message to an answering machine.

The worst is: NO REPLY at all from SINEQUANON


This SINEQUANON company use to come to Ham fair like SEIGY and it is where I met them for the first time.
Hope the Ham community could be of help......


73, Olivier F6HGQ


3/6cm contest next Sunday

Ralph
 

The stations who give their activity intentions for this
coming contest on the reflector, may I request you include you
locator. I will be going on Kithill with John G8ACE as you may have
already seen. This is in IO70UM. It would be helpful to get the
bearings sorted prior to this so making it easier for concentrating on operating the stations. As this locator
part, is no longer necessary in the contest information sent,
(unless I am wrong) and is required before a contact can take
place anyway. 73
Ralph


DUH....Re: kst map problems vista.??

celad2001 <celad2001@...>
 

DUH ... my shallow attempts at filtering the childrens internet
activities by filtering "chat" in the content filtering section of my
router stopped the kst maps appearing..everything else worked but the
maps..!!!

4hours 28mins..!!!! :-(

--- In ukmicrowaves@yahoogroups.com, "celad2001" <celad2001@...> wrote:

hi does anyone else have problems getting the kst map to displaY
(just
get a blank page)after vista is installed (explorer 7)tried all the
usual settings..?
de alec


24GHz PA

g4bao <g4bao@...>
 

Hi all,
Can anyone help get another 24GHz home station active again?

Anyone out there got a 500mW Milliwave or similar 24GHz PA lying rotting in their loft?

I need one, will pay or trade for other microwave goodies.

Email me OFF REFLECTOR if you can help.

73
John


Re: kst map problems vista.??

Mike Willis <m.j.willis@...>
 

Try your firewall first, it could be blocking it.


celad2001 wrote:


hi does anyone else have problems getting the kst map to displaY (just
get a blank page)after vista is installed (explorer 7)tried all the
usual settings..?
de alec


kst map problems vista.??

celad2001 <celad2001@...>
 

hi does anyone else have problems getting the kst map to displaY (just
get a blank page)after vista is installed (explorer 7)tried all the
usual settings..?
de alec


UKuG Contest logs

Peter Day <microwaves@...>
 

DEADLINES FOR CONTEST ENTRIES:
==============================

Just a reminder that we have already had several UKuG contests so far this year and that logs are due in 16 days from the end of the contest (In the case of cumulatives this means after the end of the final contest in the series).

The recent Lowband (3rd June) deadline is Tuesday 19th June.

The earlier 3.4GHz standalone contest held on Saturday 5th May had a 21st May deadline which is long past.

However, in [past years the adjudicator has managed to stretch the deadlines a little to encourage entries so it's worth a try!

Please, please send in an entry, no matter how small, as the contest logs are a measure of activity. Recording them in the newsletter and RadCom helps to stimulate further activity and even encourage newcomers into microwaves. CHECKLOGS ARE WELCOME.

OVERSEAS ENTRIES ARE ALSO MOST WELCOME.

The rules and contest calendar can be found at www.microwavers.org and also at www.g3pho.org.uk

From time to time we have to give Ofcom an idea of just how much activity there is on our microwave bands... we need your evidence!

See you all(?) in the next one, the second of the 10 and 5.7GHz Cumulatives, a week tomorrow.

73

Peter, G3PHO

UKuG Scatterpoint Editor


?MGFK30m4045 and MGFK25M4045 for 10 GHz

bart_ghz <shf2@...>
 

Hello,

I'm quite new to the µW bands but I want to learn.
I recently builded a db6nt transverter for 3 cm and it gives met 23,5
dBm Psat.But I have here a Ku band transmitter.The Fets used are
K30M4045 and a K25M4045 as driver.There is also an avantek SMP89-6269.
Of the avantek i can't find anything on the net.The fets are internaly
matched for 14 GHz.Is there a good design to use them for 3 cm?I found
on the net that a German om builded a 1.2W amplifier with the K30M4045.
The datasheet states 6 dB gain so my transverter should suffice as
driver.
Is it easy to match input and output to the new frequency or is a
complete new pcb on the order.

Any ideas are appreciated.It gives me an idea if i have to go through
with it or if I have to build something with more suitable fets.


Datamodes on 23cm

dave.g0dja@tiscali.co.uk <dave.g0dja@...>
 

Is there much activity on datamodes on 23cm?

I mean other than WSJT for moonbounce.

I'd like to give PSK or RTTY a go, if anyone is interested? Maybe even digital SSTV using one of the HamDRM modes if possible.

Thanks - Dave (G0DJA)


Re: Cheap and Cheerfull L Band synthersizer- PCBs available

dave.g0dja@tiscali.co.uk <dave.g0dja@...>
 

G8ZHA wrote:
*Subject:* Cheap and Cheerfull L Band synthersizer- PCBs available
As I wasn't subscribed at the time, can someone let me know how difficult these are to make up please?

Also, what sort of project would they be good for?

Thanks - Dave (G0DJA)


Cheap and Cheerfull L Band synthersizer- PCBs available

G8ZHA <g8zha@...>
 

 
 
Subject: Cheap and Cheerfull L Band synthersizer- PCBs available

If anyone remembers the cheap and cheerfull L band synthersizer, published in Scatterpoint in June 2006 - I have had some PCBs made. I have also sourced some of the U6239B synthersizer chips from China.
 
I have Seven PCBs, complete with the U6239B chip available at £11 including postage.
 
 
If anyone wants one, please let me know. I will be at Elvaston this Sunday if anyone wants to pick one up.
 
 
Please email me at g8zha @ blueyonder.co.uk    (Remove the spaces)
 
 
 
Regards, Rich


Re: Vodafone PAYG data SIM cards

G3RIR <g3rir@...>
 

Thanks for the reminder Martyn but just in case anyone missed my earlier post T-mobile is nearly non-existent on the Norfolk coast. I know there are not many good sites for UK working at microwave but with a direct take-off over the North Sea PA, DL, ON are easy and ducts to OZ are fairly common.

 

I have never had much success with Bluetooth but a USB connection from phone (ie use a GX15) to laptop works very well.

 

Neil, G3RIR

 


From: ukmicrowaves@... [mailto:ukmicrowaves@...] On Behalf Of M Vincent
Sent: 08 June 2007 08:46
To: ukmicrowaves@...
Subject: Re: [ukmicrowaves] Vodafone PAYG data SIM cards

 

Just in case anyone missed the earlier posting...

T-Mobile do the £1 upto midnight deal too, including PAYG. Their limit is 40 Mb.

So phone + bluetooth + lap-top does the bizz with normal 'KST. (once gprs, web 'n walk + adult access enabled via help line). Seems reliable so far.

73  Martyn G3UKV

 

----- Original Message -----

From: G3RIR

Sent: Friday, June 08, 2007 7:52 AM

Subject: RE: [ukmicrowaves] Vodafone PAYG data SIM cards

 

Orange is unlimited for 1 ukp and unless I go through the hassle of turning
off Microsoft update and AVG update the Vodafone 15Mb can soon be reached. I
suppose I'd better try it though, as the Vodafone signal is much better than
Orange on the Norfolk coast

Neil, G3RIR

-----Original Message-----
From: ukmicrowaves@yahoogroups.com [mailto:ukmicrowaves@yahoogroups.com] On
Behalf Of g1mpw
Sent: 08 June 2007 07:20
To: ukmicrowaves@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [ukmicrowaves] Vodafone PAYG data SIM cards

A quick update on the situation regarding Vodafone data " day passes ".

It would appear that the £1/day bundles are available now for monthly
contract users and from July 1st for PAYG users .

You don't need a new SIM card but you must contact customer services to
get your existing card " data enabled ".

For your £ 1 you get 15Mb - and anything after that is charged at £ 2
per Mb ( wonder if you can buy 2 x day passes - didn't think to ask him
that ?? !! )

73 Steve G1MPW

Yahoo! Groups Links


Re: Vodafone PAYG data SIM cards

Martyn G3UKV
 

Just in case anyone missed the earlier posting...
T-Mobile do the £1 upto midnight deal too, including PAYG. Their limit is 40 Mb.
So phone + bluetooth + lap-top does the bizz with normal 'KST. (once gprs, web 'n walk + adult access enabled via help line). Seems reliable so far.
73  Martyn G3UKV
 

----- Original Message -----
From: G3RIR
Sent: Friday, June 08, 2007 7:52 AM
Subject: RE: [ukmicrowaves] Vodafone PAYG data SIM cards

Orange is unlimited for 1 ukp and unless I go through the hassle of turning
off Microsoft update and AVG update the Vodafone 15Mb can soon be reached. I
suppose I'd better try it though, as the Vodafone signal is much better than
Orange on the Norfolk coast

Neil, G3RIR

-----Original Message-----
From: ukmicrowaves@yahoogroups.com [mailto:ukmicrowaves@yahoogroups.com] On
Behalf Of g1mpw
Sent: 08 June 2007 07:20
To: ukmicrowaves@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [ukmicrowaves] Vodafone PAYG data SIM cards

A quick update on the situation regarding Vodafone data " day passes ".

It would appear that the £1/day bundles are available now for monthly
contract users and from July 1st for PAYG users .

You don't need a new SIM card but you must contact customer services to
get your existing card " data enabled ".

For your £ 1 you get 15Mb - and anything after that is charged at £ 2
per Mb ( wonder if you can buy 2 x day passes - didn't think to ask him
that ?? !! )

73 Steve G1MPW

Yahoo! Groups Links


Re: Early notification of activity from Rare Square

dave.g0dja@tiscali.co.uk <dave.g0dja@...>
 

Richard Newstead wrote:
--- In ukmicrowaves@yahoogroups.com, "Ralph Bird" <Ralph.Bird@...> wrote:

Addition to John's station information.
The Locator for Kithill is IO70UM

See also:

http://www.sotawatch.org/beta/summits.php?summit=G/DC-003

73

Richard
Hi Richard,

Unfortunately, the link to the report by M1EYO keeps timing out.

Cheers - Dave (G0DJA)