EMRFD Message Archive 2941
Message Date From Subject 2941 2009-04-19 20:34:44 gt25psi2002 Hybrid (90 deg module type)'s Formula? Dear Sirs,
I'm a newbie interested in homebrew projects. I've come across a
roofing-filter circuit design completed with a diplexer and 90 deg type
hybrids (splitter and combiner) designed at 9 MHz.
I've a few 5.5 MHz IF filters restored from Swan 500cx tranceivers.
Please advise me a formula of 90 deg type hybrid which will be suitable
for usage at 5.5 MHz.
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2942 2009-04-19 23:48:55 Jason Milldrum Re: Hybrid (90 deg module type)'s Formula? Hello Amin,
If you have an ARRL membership, search the QST Archive for
"Twisted-Wire Quadrature Hybrid Directional Couplers" by Reed Fisher,
W2CQH. It was in the Jan. 78 QST.
Jason Milldrum, NT7S
NT7S Blog - <http://www.nt7s.com/blog>
2943 2009-04-20 02:03:09 Sam Morgan Re: Hybrid (90 deg module type)'s Formula? gt25psi2002 wrote:
>in case others had problems getting to the url, start here:
> Roofing Filter
GB & 73
2944 2009-04-20 04:40:12 gt25psi2002 Re: Hybrid (90 deg module type)'s Formula? Dear Jason,
Thanks very much for your reply. I use your keywords search the internet
and found this website <http://www.seboldt.net/k0jd/phase_notes.html>
It seems that there is only one value of L and C for each corresponding
frequency; whereas a diplexer is flexible with many combination of L and
2946 2009-04-21 11:03:30 ha5rxz Re: Hybrid (90 deg module type)'s Formula? See http://www.seboldt.net/k0jd/phase_notes.html for some useful clues.
2947 2009-04-21 17:57:37 gt25psi2002 Re: Hybrid (90 deg module type)'s Formula? Dear Sir,
Thanks very much. That's the website I used to develop my "quadrature
[I found it yesterday].