Tony Langdon, VK3JED
vk3jed at optushome.com.au
Mon Aug 7 15:12:16 EST 2006
At 02:55 PM 8/7/2006, Gustaf Bjorksten wrote:
>Yes, i think you are right. For your application UHF CB does seem to
>be the best way to go. Unfortunately for me in my application every
>degree will count :(
What is your application? (obviously not aligning wifi antennas ;) ).
>As an aside - the new AOCP(S) and AOCP(A) licences allow hams to use
>the 13cm (2.4GHz) band with output power far in excess of unlicenced
>ISM equipment (although you have to remember that encryption CANNOT
>be used for amateur radio comms, which rules this out as an option
>for /actual/ use of WiFi). This could allow you to use a "test"
>signal on 13cm which is a lot closer to the real thing compared to
>UHF CB. The differences in wavelength could affect propagation wrt
>obstructions. Just a thought...
Quite true, such "test signals" could be used. You just have to make
sure you identify your station and you're right. :)
73 de VK3JED
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