The 4 PCBs arrived in the mail from Paul W1GHZ in the form of 2 x 2.4/3.4 transverter boards plus 2 x local oscillator/multipliers. The plan is to build up the 2.4 GHz ( based on 2403 MHz for operation here in Australia ) transverter PCB first, then the X-Locker3 and get them going and follow that up with the remainder of the basic building blocks.
You have to be very careful how you feed the transverter. If you forget to reduce the radio power you will let out the magic smoke. I think your best bet would be a 2 meter mobile radio. The only radios safe for transverters are those that have the ability to automatically reduce the power when the transverter is engaged like the Yeasu FT-1000MP.
· 144 MHz to 28MHz Transverter - LT2S · 23cm to 70cm Transverter - I2SG · 144 MHz to 2.4 GHz Upconverter · 1.3 GHz to 144 MHz Transverter - OE9PMJ · 2.3 GHz Transverter - DC8UG · 5.7 GHz ATV Converter - DL1IN · 70 MHz to 21 MHz Transverter - DF2FQ
Dec 07, 2013 · Reserved frequencies within the UHF bands include but are not limited to local UHF TV Channels, Cellular Phones, Landline Cordless Phones operating at 900Mhz or 2.4Ghz (2400Mhz), as well as WiFi equipped devices (routers, laptops, access points, and cell phones) which also operate at 2.4Ghz as well as other frequencies.
TRANSVERTER 5760MHZ MINI4. 2 Layers PCB 69 x 93 mm FR-4, 0.8 mm, 1, HASL with lead, Black Solder Mask, White silkscreen. ESP32 ESP-32S Development Board 2.4GHz WiFi+Bluetooth Dual Mode.
Apr 23, 2019 · The price seems pretty modest for what it does although I don't know anything about its performance. From what I understand, something like 2 watts into a 2.5-3 metre dish or 10-20 watts for a 1-1.5 metre dish is required for an SSB signal for the uplink at 2.4 GHz.
Have K3S with external 2.4GHz transverter. K3S configured to show transverter QRG. Transverter used for QO-100 upload and I can not to configure it as external radio with Console 3. K3S works as external radio up to 144MHz, when I change band to 2.4G Console 3 do not synchronized with transceiver any more.