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Reviews Categories | Transverters | OZ2M 70Mhz Transverter Help


Reviews Summary for OZ2M 70Mhz Transverter
OZ2M 70Mhz Transverter Reviews: 2 Average rating: 5.0/5 MSRP: $192 excluding the amplifier
Description: This is a kit consisting of the following parts:

* Professionally made PCB with solder mask and silkscreen and 100% ready for use.
* All components to be mounted on the PCB.
* Metal sheet box.
* Three feed-through capacitors and ferrite beads.
* Four BNC coax connectors.

There is also an accompanying 30 watt amplifier kit which you will need
Product is in production.
More info: http://rudius.net/oz2m/
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PA2V Rating: 5/5 Jan 7, 2012 02:31 Send this review to a friend
Very good quality kit  Time owned: more than 12 months
Have build two now and they all perform very well.
Worth the money. And a lot of fun to build and use it. There are many hams in Europe that give help in case you have difficulties. Easy to obtain parts are used. So if you blow (very uncertain) something it is not a big deal to get replacements.
 
G8UBJ Rating: 5/5 Jan 29, 2008 06:19 Send this review to a friend
Professional and easy  Time owned: 6 to 12 months
I bought this kit and the accompanying amplifier last year. It represents a reasonably expensive way onto the 4 meter band (70Mhz). But more and more countries are acquiring this band and there is very little commercial equipment.
The kit comes with all parts and is easy to construct and align, I must say that I really enjoyed making this . The circuits and instructions are on the web + some nice examples by other hams who made this kit. You need to be reasonably good at construction to make this but not an expert.
I drive it directly from an FT-2000 and have had good results. The PA is a module and requires a reasonable heatsink if you wish to run FM or FSK.
If you are thinking of 4m this is worth considering.
 


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