The 10 watt 2.4 GHz. DVB-S HAMTV transmitter is at the International Space Station
waiting to be commissioned into service. It will be used to send “live” video and
audio from the ISS. To support this new Amateur satellite capability, we have developed
several new products.
Our Model 2400-HAMTV-DC is a low noise, high gain, crystal controlled converter which
will convert signals from 2350 to 2450 MHz to an IF of 1433.5 to 1533.5 MHz. The
IF signal will go to a standard DVB-S receiver like those used to receive DVB-S signals
from direct-to-home and free-to-air satellite signals.
Also available is the Model LNAA2400F-SFSF which is a low noise LNA with 20 dB gain
and a SAW filtered output.
To use your 2400 MHz AO-40 downconverters which have IF outputs of 144 MHz, we have
designed our Model 144-LBAND-UC .This upconverter will translate the 144 IF output
up to the range of the 950 to 2100 MHz DVB-S receivers