• 143 MHz Meteor Scattering/Detection
  • 408 MHz
  • 1.42 GHz (Hydrogen Line)
    • New steerable dish and receiver packages:
There exists a 1.42 GHz steerable dish that has been lurking in the physics dept for almost twenty years, unused, purchased from an offshoot of the Haystack Observatory, MI. It is an old SRT (Small Radio Telescope) model, using an AlfaSpid mount and 2.3m dish. The feedhorn/receiver that came with it was reported by Leon to not work satisfactorily, but there are some instructions on building a new helical antenna and receiver based on the new SRT. Alternatively, a section of waveguide (WR-650) could be used with a λ/4 stub antenna.

  • Cable mapping: 1. White with black, 2. Black, 3. White, 4. Blue, 5. Green with black, 6. Green, 7. Orange, 8. Red with black, 9. Red

-- StewartBoogert - 15 Apr 2016

  • SRT Receiver:

  • SRT Control/PSU:

  • SRT Mount:

  • SRT Feedhorn Top:

  • SRT Feedhorn Collector side:

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JPEGjpg SRT_Control_and_PSU.JPG r1 manage 45.7 K 06 May 2016 - 12:11 GaryBoorman SRT Control/PSU
JPEGjpg SRT_Feedhorn_Collector.JPG r1 manage 39.2 K 06 May 2016 - 12:13 GaryBoorman SRT Feedhorn Collector side
JPEGjpg SRT_Feedhorn_Top.JPG r1 manage 42.0 K 06 May 2016 - 12:12 GaryBoorman SRT Feedhorn Top
JPEGjpg SRT_Mount_Front.JPG r1 manage 59.1 K 06 May 2016 - 12:12 GaryBoorman SRT Mount
JPEGjpg SRT_Receiver.JPG r1 manage 49.7 K 06 May 2016 - 12:10 GaryBoorman SRT Receiver

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