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Re: TVRO dish and AO-40

At 16:15 12/02/02 +0000, Frederick M. Spinner wrote:

>You know, we should beat up the ARRL for saying this.  A ten foot dish at 
>4 GHz (TVRO) has about a 2 degree 3 dB beamwidth, and many people have 
>gotten this to work.  So at about 7 degrees or so at 2400, using standatd 
>tvro equipment it shouldn't be THAT hard to peak the dish at AO-40.  True 
>TV sats are geostationary.  But for that matter at apogee AO-40 doesn't 
>move very fast either.

Hear Hear!

Charlie G3WDG

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