At 12:08 PM 5/24/2007, Steve Raas wrote:
When I refer to 1296 or 1268.. I think 1.2gig, not a Letter like S, X, K, what have you.
I need a little help or a link to a list that breaks down what band is L/S/U/K/V/ ect.
I looked on the amsat page.. but could not find anything.
In time ill memorize it.. but when trying to think of future plans for my station and doing my research.. the use of both is so common.. its confusing trying to figure out my needs.
A=28-30 MHz V=145 MHz U=435 MHz L=1.2 GHz S=2.4 GHz C=5.6 GHz X=10 GHz K=24 GHz R=47 GHz
3.4 GHz is also in the s-band but not currently used for satellite (but this may change). There you go :-)
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