How I got on 630 meters.


"The lack of commercial amateur radio equipment for the bands below 160 meters forces hams to get creative, and there are as many ways to get on 630 meters and 2300 meters as there are hams operating on those bands. Mark, AE2EA, shows the approach that he took to get on 630 meters by utilizing a repurposed non directional beacon, a modified HP downconverter, and a reconfigured 80 meter dipole antenna."

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