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2m and 70cm Transverter for 6700 for QO-100 SAT operations

Wolfgang
Wolfgang Member ✭✭

Hello All

I'm looking for a 2m and 70cm Transverter solution for my Flex 6700 in order to use it with the QO-100 Transverter from PE1CMO.

TX for the QO-100 SAT on 70cm (431.500 - 431.995)

RX for the QO-100 SAT on 2m (144.500 - 145.000)

Any idea?

Best 73 de HB9RYZ

Wolfgang

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  • Bill AB7AA
    Bill AB7AA Member ✭✭

    Hi Wolfgang,


    I use the LDPA amp and Q5 L432-28 transverter with wide front end filter (432-450). They are capable of full duplex operation required for some satellite operations with the Q5 Dips switch and together function well. That being said, I do not use mine yet for satellite work so I cannot comment on its performance in that capacity. I wish that we had a QO-100 SAT equivalent sat over North America and if we did I'd leap on it in a heartbeat. I can't hit QO-100 from southern Arizona.

    So, I'm interested to hear from others that may have used this combination for satellite or weak signal ops.

    73,

    Bill AB7AA

  • Wolfgang
    Wolfgang Member ✭✭

    Hello Bill

    Thanks for your comments.

    I'm in contact with Q5 Signal and Kuhne to get some more details about their transverters.

    Best 73 de HB9RYZ

    Wolfgang

  • on5po
    on5po Member ✭✭

    Hello everyone ,

    I'm looking for help, detailed explanations,

    I have a flex 6700 and want to do a show with "QO-100".

    to avoid shopping for nothing,

    my first question do we need another rx / tx.

    I understand that the 2 meter part of my flex 6700 should be enough plus a kid tranverter up to the antenna.

    thank you for helping me

    73 on5po, Janny

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