Hambrew Links

Close 136 kHz Projects

Close 492 kHz Projects

Close 500 kHz Projects

Close Multiband HF Projects

Close 160m Projects

Close 80m Projects

Close 60m Projects

Close 40m Projects

Close 30m Projects

Close 20m Projects

Close 17m Projects

Close 15m Projects

Close 12m Projects

Close 10m Projects

Close 6m Projects

Close 4m Projects

Close VHF Airband

Close 2m Projects

Close 70cm Projects

Close 23cm Projects

Close 13cm Projects

Close 9cm Projects

Close 3cm Projects

Close 1,25cm Projects

Close EHF Projects

Close Antenna Matches

Close Shack Accessories

Close Power Supplies

Close Test Equipment

Close µController Arduino

Junk Box Circuits

Close Tubes

Close Transistors BC-Serie

Close Transistors BD-Serie

Close Transistors BF-Serie

Close IC 74XX-Serie

Close IC 74LSXX-Serie

Close IC 74SXX-Serie

Close IC LM-Serie

Close IC TDA-Serie

HF Propagation


   visitors online

Rate this Site

The DXZone.com

(with 10 = top)


23cm Projects - Transceivers

click to enlargeNokia MD59LS on 23 cm by PA3GCO
The last few years I've been active on 23 cm, using a transverter and an all mode 2 m transceiver. I got the idea to make the Nokia MD59LS suitable for 23 cm FM, so I could be qrv portable on the local 23 cm repeater PI6SHB.

Klik voor vergroting23cm datatransceiver by PE1JPD
To make packetradio more ‘fun’ I designed in 1998 this 23cm transceiver with which it is very simple to get QRV on 38.4 kbps up to about 150kbps.

Click to enlarge23cm Data-transceiver (V3.0) by PE1JPD
This transceiver is designed for high-speed packetradio in the 23cm band using Frequency Shift Keying with baudrates from 9k6 up to 150 kbit/sec depending on the IF-bandwidth and modulationtype.

Click to enlarge23cm NBFM transceiver by PE1JPD
TARGET="_blank">23cm NBFM transceiver by PE1JPD
The only drawback of getting QRV on 23cm is that only a few commercial transceivers are on the market. Therefore I decided to design a complete and easy to build FM transceiver.

Click to enlargeDual-Band Transceiver for 1.3GHz and 2.3GHz bands by YO3DAC/VA3IUL
This is a low-power dual-band transceiver dedicated for 1.3GHz and 2.3GHz amateur bands, working in SSB and CW modes. Covered frequencies are 1296MHz to 1298MHz and 2320MHz to 2322MHz.

Creation date : 04/09/2007 @ 22:10
Last update : 08/09/2018 @ 20:25
Category : 23cm Projects
Page read 25838 times

Print the article Print the article

Google Ads

^ Top ^