Received this from Aria-GLB (simrex) Pricey, but with that much
addition tx isolation, maybe not such a bad deal, if you need it...
I have included pricing on the GLB Preselector below. We do extend
a $20 discount to all ham operators. The person who would narmally
answer questions on the technical specifications of the Preselector
is traveling this week and may not be able to answer your request
immediately. If you have some specific questions, please forward
them and I will do my best to get the answers.
PRESELECTOR 40 - 512 MHz $ 299.00
- BNC OR SO239 CONNECTORS
- BI-POLAR (40 - 600 MHz)
- GAASFET (200 - 960 MHz)
- NORMAL TUNING (8 Db GAIN)
N TYPE CONNECTORS $ 25.00
F TYPE CONNECTORS WITH 75 OHM IMPEDANCE $ 20.00
SPECIAL TUNING: MAXIMUM SELECTIVITY (2-3 dB GAIN) $
SPECIAL TUNING: MINIMUM SELECTIVITY (9-10dB GAIN) $
OTHER CONNECTORS AVAILABLE UPON SPECIAL ORDER
5490 Broadway St.
Lancaster, NY 14086
--- In Repeater-Builder@yahoogroups.com, "Mike Perryman"
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Yep, me too. I could use a pre-amp for my 6m machine. But with
the GLB box
> spec'ed for 600kHz offset, it could be an issue for me. My split
> Response plots would be nice..
> Mike Perryman
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Repeater-Builder@yahoogroups.com
> [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Bob Dengler
> Sent: Wednesday, April 05, 2006 2:15 PM
> To: Repeater-Builder@yahoogroups.com
> Subject: Re: [Repeater-Builder] Aria-GLB preselector preamps.
> At 4/5/2006 09:22 AM, you wrote:
> >Anybody familiar with this? I remember the old GLB units from waay
> >back, and did not realize they were still/now available. I just
> >requested pricing for a 220 unit. They spec it at 8db of gain,
> >db of rejection at the transmit frequency . Pretty darn good!
> I'd sure like to know what the noise figure is - only gain &
> specs are given, no NF. If it's the same as
> expect it to have a high NF. Since this thing would typically be
> any other preamps (if any), it would effectively set the NF of the
> system. A GaAsFET preamp is used, but if it's preceded by a
filter with 8
> dB of loss, the NF will be ~8.5 dB.
> Bob NO6B
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