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Receiver/transceiver Schematics

Discussion in 'Home Brew' started by KI7FOX, Jun 16, 2010.

  1. KI7FOX

    KI7FOX Member

    May 18, 2010
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    Does anyone know of or have any schematics or instructions for building HF or Microwave Receivers/transceivers. I'm especially interested in 10GHz. I hear there's a lot of increasing activity on this band and not a lot of power is needed (10-100mw).


  2. bushwacker

    bushwacker Active Member

    Jul 19, 2005
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    i might be able to dig up something for the 10 gig range or under.....i got lots of spread spectrum stuff like Canopy and P2P. The rf deck in the 10 gig transciever is just a module.....but everything I have seen has alot of stripline sections...and at 10 gig that is very tight measurements.
    What mode are you wanting to operate on.
    Theres lots of schematics for hf stuff......but the 10 gig stuff is a real pain to do...especially if your wanting to do something like an FSK, Hop or QAM mode....

    personally...anything over 1 gig is a tough build.....its easier to modify some suitable commercial stuff like some data radios or something
  3. Captain Kilowatt

    Captain Kilowatt Professional Amateur
    Staff Member

    Apr 6, 2005
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    For building stuff for 10 GHz I would suggest Downeast Microwave Inc. for transverter kits. They work great and are a proven design.


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