[Moon-Net] 23cm small dish feed idea

g4bao john at g4bao.com
Tue Nov 29 09:16:29 CET 2016


This feed is proven to work extremely well. It leaves the other feeds
standing in its wake for a small dish! I built it and it worked first time.
I use it in my 1.9m f/d dish and have worked more than 80 initials
including around 30 on CW using 150 Watts.

Build it..... it works!
73 John

On 29 Nov 2016 05:53, "Ingolf, SM6FHZ" <ingolf.fhz at gmail.com> wrote:

Hi Alan.

If you are looking for a 23 cm circularly polarized feed for being used for
EME with a small (in wl) dish you might want to consider this one:

http://2ingandlin.se/Circularly%20polarized%20patch%20feed%20for%201296%
20MHz_A.pdf

It is proven "in combat" and is used by several moonbouncers with dishes
your size with very satisfying results. Among them SM6PGP and G4BAO. It
goes well with dishes with f/D from ~0.32 to ~0.4.

I do hope you find a solution that satisfies your needs, Alan.

73 / Ingolf, SM6FHZ


2016-11-28 21:33 GMT+01:00 Alan Beard <beardal at unixservice.com.au>:

>
> Hi all,
> With my 2m prime focus dish, I'm not that keen on a septum waveguide feed,
> sticking out from the feed point, some 60cm and pre-amps and cables etc.
> etc..
>
> This "Penny Feed" idea brings the feed back into the dish centre, a dead
> area
> usually blocked by the feed anyway. Short cables can then go through my
> dish
> centre, reducing messy cables enormously. I can even replace the feed
> struts
> with fiberglass rods.
>
> My question is, can the waveguide here (below) be square (or round) as
> with
> a septum circular polarised feed?
> (slots on all sides)
> (Can someone model this please?)
>
> From: http://www.microwave-museum.org/exhibits/mwm0024.htm
>
>
>
>
>
> 73 Alan VK2ZIW
>
> Evil flourishes when good men do nothing.
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>
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-- 
Ingolf, SM6FHZ
http://www.2ingandlin.se/SM6FHZ.htm
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