Microwave EME on Wiki

G4BAO EME Wiki

Sam G4DDK and John G4BAO published a page on Wiki about EME on the higher bands. The article is full of very useful and interesting information. From Introduction od article: Above the amateur radio 144MHz band low sky noise means EME takes on a different character. Low sky noise (noise temperature) means that very weak signals can be heard against…

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24 GHz EME Transverter by DB6NT

DB6NT EME 24 GHz

An excellent description of 24 GHz EME setup from Michael DB6NT. Originally on German, but here is Google translated on English. Compilation of technical information about my 24 GHz EME Transverter.Since I had tried in vain for a few years, for my 120 watt TWT TH3864C. To get power supply, I decided to walk the way with a modified RW1127…

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19. International EME Conference

19. International EME Conference

20.8.2020 – 23.8.202019. International EME Conference in TOP HOTEL Praha, Czech Republik. EME 2020 Schedule <link> EME 2020 speakers: G3WDG – WSJT-X on EME MW OK1DFC – 24GHz portable EME SM6FHZ – Matching feed and dish OK2AQ – Small offset dish and EME MW G3LTF – GW4LWD – Dual band SSPA 144 – 432 MHz PA2DW – Dwingeloo update K6MG-N9JIM – “A 23/13 cm EME five state rover experience” HB9DRI – Fixing of IC9700 drift problem  DJ3JJ – OM1AM – WRC-19 Outcome and Challenges related to Amateur and Amateur-satellite…

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JA1WQF successfully decoded W5LUA on 47088.1 MHz EME

EME 47Ghz W5LUA JA1WQF

Great news from EME reflector: JA1WQF Mitsuo was able to successfully decode W5LUA’s 47088.1 MHz QRA-64D signal today Feb 10, 2020. These were one way tests with only me transmitting. At the moment Mitsuo is only running 1 watt but is actively working on a 10 watt amplifier. I run a 30 watt TWT which produces about 25 watts at…

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