[Moon-Net] Feed TX-RX connections 23cm

Edward R Cole kl7uw at acsalaska.net
Fri Nov 18 05:30:53 CET 2016


Here is a photo of  a VE4MA CP feed (note the screws) and connector 
markings.  Also note that it was fabricated by WD5AGO ("AGO" stands 
out highlighted in red).   This a feed for 3400-MHz; only physical 
size is different.
http://www.kl7uw.com/3400_feed_1.jpg

GL
73, Ed - KL7UW

At 05:42 PM 11/17/2016, Barry Malowanchuk wrote:
>If this is the screw polarizer version? then with the ports at 10 
>oclock and 2 pm, the 10 am position is RX and 2 pm is TX
>
>73
>Barry VE4MA
>
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Bill Booth" <ve3nxk at gmail.com>
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>Sent: Thursday, November 17, 2016 8:07:36 PM
>Subject: [Moon-Net] Feed TX-RX connections 23cm
>
>Trying to see if I can improve my signal on 23cm a bit with the 
>summer sticking
>around for another day.
>
>Wondering what are the correct ports for RX and TX on a VE4MA feed 
>(standard round
>feed with ring). I looked online at some pics and they seem to be 
>all different.
>Looking from back of feed, some have connections on top, others on 
>bottom .... RX
>on right or left same with TX.
>
>Is there a right way??
>
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