Category Archives: Anglian TVTR

QO-100 Experiments – New Down-converter

Probably like most people starting out with QO-100 operation I initially used the Goonhilly QO-100 WebSDR to listen to the satellite down-link. This inspired me to experiment with an LNB, a 65cm offset dish, and a NooElec SDR module with … Continue reading

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Enhanced USB-to-Serial PTT Interface

Many of the modern transceivers today support direct USB connectivity to your shack PC. This USB connection typically enables 2-way audio and CAT control allowing more or less full control of the transceiver, including PTT keying. Where CAT control for … Continue reading

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Anglian TVTR Drive Control

It’s been a while since I’ve posted any updates. Lots of little changes have been happening on the 2m front, with hopefully each change making a slight improvement to the overall working of my small (by EME standards) system. I … Continue reading

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ZLPLL

I built my 2m transverter with the intention of using it primarily for EME (JT65), driving either my 2m PA or at some point in the future as the IF for one or more microwave transverters. To ensure that I … Continue reading

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Anglian 144MHz Transverter

Having moved away from various VHF / UHF transverters and used the TS-2000 and FT-847 “shack-in-the-box” 160m <> 70cms transceivers for many years, with both giving excellent results, it seemed at first a strange decision to embark on a project … Continue reading

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