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Re: Bituvverlifton

Andy G4JNT
 

and it's gettign stronger.
WSJT-X gives up reporting S/N  properly above -1dB, but my S./W shows +8 (ish)

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On Sat, 6 Feb 2021 at 10:15, John Fell <john.g0api@...> wrote:
Looks like localised ducting - lotta mist across the Stour Valley .
GB3SCX is above normal , rare for 24km LOS !
Nothing much on 10GHz from here .

73
John
G0API

On Sat, 6 Feb 2021 at 10:09, Andy G4JNT <andy.g4jnt@...> wrote:


Re: Bituvverlifton

John Fell
 

Looks like localised ducting - lotta mist across the Stour Valley .
GB3SCX is above normal , rare for 24km LOS !
Nothing much on 10GHz from here .

73
John
G0API


On Sat, 6 Feb 2021 at 10:09, Andy G4JNT <andy.g4jnt@...> wrote:


Bituvverlifton

Andy G4JNT
 


Re: Dasco DQ7013 10MHz Ovened Osc - CCT

David GM6BIG
 

Hi Colin,

See photo of a fuzzy diagram of a cct it was used in.
I don't have the physical pinout to hand, will dig it out later.

Osc is a bit sensitive Hz/volt on the control V, but usable up to 10G with care.
Would recommend a separate dedicated regulated supply for the tuning voltage.
The control voltage allows a wide-ish swing of the 10MHz, handy for some applications.

The rumour mill suggests they work at 12V, some might, but they are prone to instability at 12V.
Spec is 15V for a reason !

If you want to lock it, the VE2ZAZ design can be reduced to 4 chips or so and it can be built on vero, just think about noise around the op amp - easy.

Cheers DAvid GM6BIG

On 06/02/2021 00:00, Colin Ranson wrote:

Brian,     good to hear theres another out there !    you say you have no data ?    all I’m looking for is the pin out connections and the volts to run it at if you can help with that.

Best regards

Colin

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*Subject: *Re: [UKMicrowaves] 10MHz Ovened Osc.

Hi Colin,
I have a Dasco DQ7013 10MHz OCXO. I got it from David GM6BIG. I have no data on it but I ran it for a couple years in the GM3WOJ 10 GHz 10 Ghz beacon. It was stable and held the frequency within a few 10s of Hz at 10 GHz. I am currently using as the reference for my FT736R to lock an external 20048 kHz VCO. It is a good OCXO.
73s
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Re: 10MHz Ovened Osc.

Colin Ranson
 

Brian,     good to hear theres another out there !    you say you have no data ?    all I’m looking for is the pin out connections and the volts to run it at if you can help with that.

 

Best regards

 

 

Colin

 

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From: Brian Flynn GM8BJF via groups.io
Sent: 05 February 2021 23:06
To: UKMicrowaves@groups.io
Subject: Re: [UKMicrowaves] 10MHz Ovened Osc.

 

Hi Colin,
I have a Dasco DQ7013 10MHz OCXO. I got it from David GM6BIG. I have no data on it but I ran it for a couple years in the GM3WOJ 10 GHz 10 Ghz beacon. It was stable and held the frequency within a few 10s of Hz at 10 GHz. I am currently using as the reference for my FT736R to lock an external 20048 kHz VCO. It is a good OCXO.
73s
Brian GM8BJF

 


Re: 10MHz Ovened Osc.

Brian Flynn GM8BJF
 

Hi Colin,
I have a Dasco DQ7013 10MHz OCXO. I got it from David GM6BIG. I have no data on it but I ran it for a couple years in the GM3WOJ 10 GHz 10 Ghz beacon. It was stable and held the frequency within a few 10s of Hz at 10 GHz. I am currently using as the reference for my FT736R to lock an external 20048 kHz VCO. It is a good OCXO.
73s
Brian GM8BJF


Re G8ACE multiplier

Dave
 

Just to say that I now have the info I wanted.
73
Dave G4GLT.


Re Parts list of G8ACE’s 2.4-2.6 multiplier

Dave
 

Hello,
I do have all the printed sheets for the G8ACE multiplier but on the parts list the first line of the resistors is missing due to how it has been printed. Can anyone help please?
73
Dave G4GLT.


Re: Eltek Flatpack2 PSU 3KW set to 48V or whatever you want.

Chris Bartram G4DGU
 

Only 1.37kW from a 3kW supply?  I know that you know about class-E and class-F ... :-)

Chris


10MHz Ovened Osc.

Colin Ranson
 

Please can anyone help me with the pinouts for the following.

 

Dasco O.C.X.O.  DQ7016 10MHz

 

If its any good I can put it to use in a newly licenced amateurs shack.

 

Thanks

 

Colin de G8LBS.

 

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Re: Pin layout on Jupiter GPS modules

Denis Stanton G0OLX
 

Thanks for all the replies
Pin one is shown marked pin two is opposite pin 3 is next then pin 4 opposite pin 3 not like an Ic layout
Best 73’s


On 5 Feb 2021, at 16:42, DF6NA Rainer <df6na@...> wrote:


Hi,

don't know if that helps:
Jupiter 12 Pinout
Pin     Name     Description
1     PREAMP     Antenna Preamp voltage input.
2     PWRIN     Primary +3.3/5 VDC power input.
3     VBATT     Battery backup voltage input.
4     PRWIN     Primary +3.3/5 VDC power input.
5     M_RESET     Master reset (active low).
6     GPIO     General Purpose I/O or Gyro input for DR
7     GPIO     General Purpose I/O or NMEA protocol Select/Reverse gear sensor for DR
8     GPIO     General Purpose I/O or EEPROM default select
9     GPIO     General Purpose I/O or Speed indication (wheel tick input) for DR.
10     GND     Ground.
11     SDO1     Serial data output port 1.
12     SDI1     Serial data input port 1.
13     GND     Ground.
14     SDO2     Serial data output port 2.
15     SDI2     Serial data input port 2.
16     GN     Ground.
17     GND     Ground.
18     GND     Ground.
19     TMARK     1 PPS time mark output
20     10KHz     10 KHz clock output.

73, Rainer


Am 05.02.2021 um 17:20 schrieb Denis Stanton G0OLX:
Mark
Thank you very much 
None of the info downloaded off the web identified the other pins
Best 73’s
Denis



On 5 Feb 2021, at 16:08, Mark GM4ISM via groups.io <gm4ism@...> wrote:



Sorry I forgot to say the manual is for the T30 flavour, but most info including pinout should be the same

On 05/02/2021 15:59, Denis Stanton G0OLX wrote:
Can some one please confirm how the pins are on a Jupiter TU35-410-041 Is it pin 2 is oposite 1, pin 4 oposite pin 3 ETC. or do they run like an IC 1 to 10 then back up the other way
11 to 20 many thanks
Denis G0OLX

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Re: Pin layout on Jupiter GPS modules

DF6NA Rainer
 

Hi,

don't know if that helps:
Jupiter 12 Pinout
Pin     Name     Description
1     PREAMP     Antenna Preamp voltage input.
2     PWRIN     Primary +3.3/5 VDC power input.
3     VBATT     Battery backup voltage input.
4     PRWIN     Primary +3.3/5 VDC power input.
5     M_RESET     Master reset (active low).
6     GPIO     General Purpose I/O or Gyro input for DR
7     GPIO     General Purpose I/O or NMEA protocol Select/Reverse gear sensor for DR
8     GPIO     General Purpose I/O or EEPROM default select
9     GPIO     General Purpose I/O or Speed indication (wheel tick input) for DR.
10     GND     Ground.
11     SDO1     Serial data output port 1.
12     SDI1     Serial data input port 1.
13     GND     Ground.
14     SDO2     Serial data output port 2.
15     SDI2     Serial data input port 2.
16     GN     Ground.
17     GND     Ground.
18     GND     Ground.
19     TMARK     1 PPS time mark output
20     10KHz     10 KHz clock output.

73, Rainer


Am 05.02.2021 um 17:20 schrieb Denis Stanton G0OLX:

Mark
Thank you very much 
None of the info downloaded off the web identified the other pins
Best 73’s
Denis



On 5 Feb 2021, at 16:08, Mark GM4ISM via groups.io <gm4ism@...> wrote:



Sorry I forgot to say the manual is for the T30 flavour, but most info including pinout should be the same

On 05/02/2021 15:59, Denis Stanton G0OLX wrote:
Can some one please confirm how the pins are on a Jupiter TU35-410-041 Is it pin 2 is oposite 1, pin 4 oposite pin 3 ETC. or do they run like an IC 1 to 10 then back up the other way
11 to 20 many thanks
Denis G0OLX

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Re: Pin layout on Jupiter GPS modules

Dave G8KHU
 

The data-sheet I have is LA010065A dated August 4, 2003. I can forward off group if you'd like it.
FYI the mating connection is a Samtec SQW-110-01-L-D  - Farnell 1668192

73 Dave


Re: Pin layout on Jupiter GPS modules

Dave G8KHU
 

The TU35 datasheet just shows pin 1 and offer no clues but I've just buzzed out the ground connections( - pins 10 and 13 -) on a TU35-D410-041 (note te extra D if thats of any significance) and the orientation is as shown in Mark's TU30 document.

73 Dave


Re: Pin layout on Jupiter GPS modules

Denis Stanton G0OLX
 

Mark
Thank you very much 
None of the info downloaded off the web identified the other pins
Best 73’s
Denis



On 5 Feb 2021, at 16:08, Mark GM4ISM via groups.io <gm4ism@...> wrote:



Sorry I forgot to say the manual is for the T30 flavour, but most info including pinout should be the same

On 05/02/2021 15:59, Denis Stanton G0OLX wrote:
Can some one please confirm how the pins are on a Jupiter TU35-410-041 Is it pin 2 is oposite 1, pin 4 oposite pin 3 ETC. or do they run like an IC 1 to 10 then back up the other way
11 to 20 many thanks
Denis G0OLX

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Re: Pin layout on Jupiter GPS modules

Mark GM4ISM
 

Sorry I forgot to say the manual is for the T30 flavour, but most info including pinout should be the same

On 05/02/2021 15:59, Denis Stanton G0OLX wrote:
Can some one please confirm how the pins are on a Jupiter TU35-410-041 Is it pin 2 is oposite 1, pin 4 oposite pin 3 ETC. or do they run like an IC 1 to 10 then back up the other way
11 to 20 many thanks
Denis G0OLX

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Re: Pin layout on Jupiter GPS modules

Mark GM4ISM
 

see below  Full manual available  1.4Mb so i wont attach it here

On 05/02/2021 15:59, Denis Stanton G0OLX wrote:
Can some one please confirm how the pins are on a Jupiter TU35-410-041 Is it pin 2 is oposite 1, pin 4 oposite pin 3 ETC. or do they run like an IC 1 to 10 then back up the other way
11 to 20 many thanks
Denis G0OLX

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Pin layout on Jupiter GPS modules

Denis Stanton G0OLX
 

Can some one please confirm how the pins are on a Jupiter TU35-410-041 Is it pin 2 is oposite 1, pin 4 oposite pin 3 ETC. or do they run like an IC 1 to 10 then back up the other way
11 to 20 many thanks
Denis G0OLX


Re: Eltek Flatpack2 PSU 3KW set to 48V or whatever you want.

Robin Szemeti - G1YFG
 

Oh I know LEN, he's been causing quite a buzz around here!

On Fri, 5 Feb 2021 at 14:49, Mike Willis <willis.mj@...> wrote:
Yes - very good. I bought two of those a while back. Took me a while to work out who LEN was but I got there in the end.
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Re: Eltek Flatpack2 PSU 3KW set to 48V or whatever you want.

Mike Willis
 

Yes - very good. I bought two of those a while back. Took me a while to work out who LEN was but I got there in the end.
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