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29 MHz – the forgotten frequency for amateur radio satellites

Hans van de Groenendaaal ZS6AKV writes in the EngineerIT magazine about the potential for 29 MHz as a satellite uplink band.

Universities and other scientific research institutions are using portions of the amateur spectrum for their CubeSat’s which has caused the 145 and 435 MHz amateur-satellite band segments to be very crowded, leading to an increasing number of satellite builders to explore alternatives. 73 more words

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SCARS Weekly Newsletter - Memorial Day Edition, May 25, 2015

The Blue and The Gray

Francis Miles Finch, from The Atlantic, 1867

By the flow of the inland river,
Whence the fleets of iron have fled, 847 more words

Amateur Radio

May busy month for Oklahoma amateur radio operators - Norman Transcript: Oklahoma

May busy month for Oklahoma amateur radio operators – Norman Transcript: Oklahoma.

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First Person: The long reach of short waves | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

First Person: The long reach of short waves | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

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Daily Radio Report: 5/24/15

I removed the LDG antenna tuner from the loop. This will be part of my mobile set up from now on.

Without it, I made a 20 meter contact on the county hunter’s net, though I only listened for a little while. 47 more words

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