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Re: Radiall uWave detectors

mikeg3pfr@...
 

In a message dated 20/02/2006 23:48:17 GMT Standard Time, pauljmarsh@... writes:
Anyone got any idea where I can get just the diode from? I've searched
around on the radiall site but can only find complete detectors. The
actual diode is 5.1mm long.
Sounds like a SOD31 package if it looks the same as a Gunn. Try www.rfmicrowave.it where there is a large selection of diodes in all package sizes, including SOD123, 31 and others.
 
Regards,  Mike, G3PFR


Re: Reference to past article.

Chris G8BKE
 

Microwave Handbook Vol 2 page 8.31

73 de Chris





Can anyone point to a description of the modifications to N type
connectors
designed for UR67, to make them suitable for LDF-450 and involved
turning up
a centre pin adaptor.
It was described in the uWave Newsletter back in the year dot. I
need the
reference for a write up of the GB3SC# Beacons.

Andy G4JNT
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Reference to past article.

Talbot Andrew <actalbot@...>
 

Can anyone point to a description of the modifications to N type connectors designed for UR67, to make them suitable for LDF-450 and involved turning up a centre pin adaptor. 

It was described in the uWave Newsletter back in the year dot.   I need the reference for a write up of the GB3SC#  Beacons.

Andy  G4JNT
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Re: Radiall uWave detectors

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Paul Marsh - M0EYT wrote:

Hi folks,

i've got a 10M to 18G detector that doesnt. The diode in it has gone
pop and I'm looking for a replacement. It looks to be in the same
package as a Ku Gunn diode and its soldered to a small ceramic disc
which is a 50 ohm load (this bit is ok).

Theres a picture of said diode at http://www.uhf-satcom.com/det.jpg

Anyone got any idea where I can get just the diode from? I've searched
around on the radiall site but can only find complete detectors. The
actual diode is 5.1mm long.

Any pointers would be appreciated.

regards,

Paul M0EYT.





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Hello Paul I think it is this kind of diode
look at:
http://www.xs4all.nl/~barendh/Indexeng.htm

MA4E841 Detektor/mixerdiode 24 GHz case like Gunndiode 6.58
he is a very good seller ?I already bought lots of things from him
best regards.alain f1gqb


Re: Radiall uWave detectors

usuallyqrt@...
 

On 21 Feb 2006 at 0:49, Chris Bartram wrote:

> The mixer diodes that people used to use in the 'JVL transverter would
> probably be OK, but I can't remember the type number.


My recollection is a DC5101 Detector Diode from Birkett was used.
I never made a JVL so could be a memory flip.
Its listed in the MEDL catalogue as an X  Band Intruder Alarm diode.
If right you could still try Birkitt for old stock.

73s John.


Re: Radiall uWave detectors

Chris Bartram <yahoo@...>
 

You could look at someone like Metellics or Tyco - MA/com, Paul, but sit down
before you ask for a quote... I think Metellics are repped by Castle
Microwave in Newbury.

The mixer diodes that people used to use in the 'JVL transverter would
probably be OK, but I can't remember the type number. Perhaps someone has one
lying around...

Vy 73

Chris
GW4DGU

On Monday 20 February 2006 23:47, Paul Marsh - M0EYT wrote:
Hi folks,

i've got a 10M to 18G detector that doesnt. The diode in it has gone
pop and I'm looking for a replacement. It looks to be in the same
package as a Ku Gunn diode and its soldered to a small ceramic disc
which is a 50 ohm load (this bit is ok).

Theres a picture of said diode at http://www.uhf-satcom.com/det.jpg

Anyone got any idea where I can get just the diode from? I've searched
around on the radiall site but can only find complete detectors. The
actual diode is 5.1mm long.

Any pointers would be appreciated.

regards,

Paul M0EYT.






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kenneth ferguson <ken_ferguson@...>
 

I to would like to say how reliable he is as I have bought from him
many times and the wait is quite reasonable soon as they come from
abroad.
g0hyp


Radiall uWave detectors

Paul Marsh - M0EYT <pauljmarsh@...>
 

Hi folks,

i've got a 10M to 18G detector that doesnt. The diode in it has gone
pop and I'm looking for a replacement. It looks to be in the same
package as a Ku Gunn diode and its soldered to a small ceramic disc
which is a 50 ohm load (this bit is ok).

Theres a picture of said diode at http://www.uhf-satcom.com/det.jpg

Anyone got any idea where I can get just the diode from? I've searched
around on the radiall site but can only find complete detectors. The
actual diode is 5.1mm long.

Any pointers would be appreciated.

regards,

Paul M0EYT.


Re: Pyrojoseph

Conrad_G0RUZ <conrad@...>
 

I would like to add my support to Pyrojoseph, I have bought literally dozens of items from him and all have been excellent as described and delivered in a reasonable time. The delivery time is variable though, I have never waited more than 14 days and some small items have been in 3-4 days. I have a package with a customs charge to pick up in the morning, I suspect that will be from Joe.
 
73
 
Conrad G0RUZ


From: ukmicrowaves@... [mailto:ukmicrowaves@...] On Behalf Of Clive Jenner
Sent: 20 February 2006 20:50
To: ukmicrowaves@...
Subject: Re: [ukmicrowaves] Pyrojoseph

I would Email him Mike, about 10 days is the most I have waited.

I  have bought many items from him and he is very good. I would not
doubt he has delivered but there may have been a delay!

I expect its held up at our Customs That's where my long delivery item was!

73 Clive G0PPO

Mike Scott wrote:

> Has anyone bought anything from Pyrojoseph recently? If so, roughly
> how long does it take to get the items?

> I bought a small GPS oscillator kit from him two weeks ago, and I
> haven't received it yet although the payment has gone through my
> credit card account.

> I don't want to seem too hasty in chasing him, if several weeks is the
> norm.

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Re: Pyrojoseph

Clive Jenner <clive.jenner@...>
 

I would Email him Mike, about 10 days is the most I have waited.

I have bought many items from him and he is very good. I would not doubt he has delivered but there may have been a delay!

I expect its held up at our Customs That's where my long delivery item was!

73 Clive G0PPO

Mike Scott wrote:

Has anyone bought anything from Pyrojoseph recently? If so, roughly how long does it take to get the items?
I bought a small GPS oscillator kit from him two weeks ago, and I haven't received it yet although the payment has gone through my credit card account.
I don't want to seem too hasty in chasing him, if several weeks is the norm.
73, Mike,G3LYP


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Re: Pyrojoseph

Michael Kana
 

My .o2...
Yep, Pyrojoe is very reputable - I bought the gps
kit and oscillator - a very good design and worth
the wait....

73 de AA9IL
Mike


--- gm4plm <simon@...> wrote:

My spectrian took 2 weeks Mike.

Hes v reputable so no need to worry!

rgds

Simon DL4PLM/GM4PLM


anyone got a hotplate FS??

gm4plm <simon@...>
 

Strange guestion but .....

anyone got one for sale??

:-)
rgds

Simon DL4PLM/GM4PLM


Re: Pyrojoseph

gm4plm <simon@...>
 

My spectrian took 2 weeks Mike.

Hes v reputable so no need to worry!

rgds

Simon DL4PLM/GM4PLM


--- In ukmicrowaves@..., "Mike Scott" <g3lyp@...> wrote:

Has anyone bought anything from Pyrojoseph recently? If so, roughly
how long does it take to get the items?

I bought a small GPS oscillator kit from him two weeks ago, and I
haven't received it yet although the payment has gone through my
credit card account.

I don't want to seem too hasty in chasing him, if several weeks is
the norm.

73, Mike,G3LYP


Re: Pyrojoseph

Mike Willis <m.j.willis@...>
 

It depends on the shipping company and what their loads are. It can take several weeks, or only 3 days.

Mike

Mike Scott wrote:

Has anyone bought anything from Pyrojoseph recently? If so, roughly how long does it take to get the items?
I bought a small GPS oscillator kit from him two weeks ago, and I haven't received it yet although the payment has gone through my credit card account.
I don't want to seem too hasty in chasing him, if several weeks is the norm.
73, Mike,G3LYP


Re: Pyrojoseph

Robin Lucas <robin.lucas@...>
 

Mike,

7 days is fairly normal for US Global Mail, perhaps longer with a weekend intervening. I have bought stuff from him within the last 6 months, and all arrived.
73
Robin
G8APZ

Mike Scott wrote:

Has anyone bought anything from Pyrojoseph recently? If so, roughly how long does it take to get the items?
I bought a small GPS oscillator kit from him two weeks ago, and I haven't received it yet although the payment has gone through my credit card account.
I don't want to seem too hasty in chasing him, if several weeks is the norm.
73, Mike,G3LYP


Re: Pyrojoseph

David Mann <davem@...>
 

About 10 days is the norm.

Dave
G8ADM

Mike Scott wrote:

Has anyone bought anything from Pyrojoseph recently? If so, roughly how long does it take to get the items?
 
I bought a small GPS oscillator kit from him two weeks ago, and I haven't received it yet although the payment has gone through my credit card account.
 
I don't want to seem too hasty in chasing him, if several weeks is the norm.
 
73, Mike,G3LYP


Pyrojoseph

Mike Scott <g3lyp@...>
 

Has anyone bought anything from Pyrojoseph recently? If so, roughly how long does it take to get the items?
 
I bought a small GPS oscillator kit from him two weeks ago, and I haven't received it yet although the payment has gone through my credit card account.
 
I don't want to seem too hasty in chasing him, if several weeks is the norm.
 
73, Mike,G3LYP


Re: Transco Waveguide Switch

Murray Niman <mjniman@...>
 

Hi John

Google eventually gets you there....

Transco were bought up by Dowkey

http://www.swliquidators.com/switch1.htm
gives the clue of the alternative 33D01100 part no for the 82152

Which makes it fairly certain that this is what you want...
http://www.dowkey.com/products/1000A.html?part=33D00100
the pdf on that page is easier to read for the switch contacts

Murray

--- In ukmicrowaves@..., usuallyqrt@... wrote:


I am looking for the dc connections to a Transco 4 port Waveguide
Switch. In this case WG16 part No.
82152.
Seems to be a pretty standard connector used on these switches a 6
pin bayonet military looking job.
Anyone sussed these connections I wonder please. Drawn a blank on
a Google hunt.

73s john.


Re: 1N23C

Kevin Kerr <kkerr@...>
 

IN23C and IN23D listed on www.Rfmicrowave.it
Kevin

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Sent: Monday, February 20, 2006 2:53 PM
Subject: [ukmicrowaves] 3 1N23C Microwave Diode, Item number: 7591089885


Hi WBFM types, Ebay has the following item for those needing IN23 diodes.
3 Items 1N23C Microwave Diode
Item number: 7591089885
73 Clive G0PPO
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3 1N23C Microwave Diode, Item number: 7591089885

Clive Jenner <clive.jenner@...>
 

Hi WBFM types, Ebay has the following item for those needing IN23 diodes.



3 Items 1N23C Microwave Diode

Item number: 7591089885


73 Clive G0PPO