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  • 2.4ghz convert to 24ghz

    I know about downconverters. But what about the other way. Is there a way I can multiply a signal? I have a transmitter on 2.4 ghz and I want it to work on 24ghz. I was going to ask my friend whos into microwave but hes less help then you think.

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    Did you buy a 24ghz license from the FCC?

    Cause that's a REAALLLLLY good way to get your door knocked down.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by Gunmaster
      I know about downconverters. But what about the other way. Is there a way I can multiply a signal? I have a transmitter on 2.4 ghz and I want it to work on 24ghz. I was going to ask my friend whos into microwave but hes less help then you think.
      Do you plan on microwaving birds flying by?
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      • #4
        just move the decimal over one spot

        listen to wizard. 24ghz you nuts?
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        • #5
          Originally posted by rushnrockt
          Do you plan on microwaving birds flying by?
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          • #6
            Originally posted by wizardPC
            Did you buy a 24ghz license from the FCC?

            Cause that's a REAALLLLLY good way to get your door knocked down.
            Yeah I do. I repair radar guns for local police departments.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by rushnrockt
              Do you plan on microwaving birds flying by?
              Squirrels.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by jjh221

                24ghz you nuts?
                I have the equipment why not.

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                • #9
                  back on topic. I did some research i need a upconverter. So if some finds me one. It be a big help. I found some 900mhz in and 5.6ghz out. Getting close!

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                  • #10
                    2.4 -5.8
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Gunmaster
                      Yeah I do. I repair radar guns for local police departments.

                      I don't think that counts. Stuff I've been reading on fcc.gov today indicates that 24ghz licenses sold for about $230,000.

                      And currently 24ghz is used for something called "Digital Electronic Message Service" but the band has been reallocated for satellite uplinks.

                      I think you would be taking down "birds," but those birds would be of the multi-million dollar Atlas-rocket-launched variety. Very cool, but also a very good way to meet your local FBI JTTF Agents.


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                      • #12
                        I thought you only needed a licence if the transmitter output is above some wattage?

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                        • #13
                          No, you need a license for anything that is outside the frequencies marked for common consumer use. And, at 24 GHz, the amount of radiation that the thing is going to be putting off, I doubt it matters the actual wattage the thing is running at.

                          Of course, you could always put a label on it that it is an experimental device, and claim you at trying something out. There is a small FCC loophole that allows you to get away with certain things that might not be performing "as intended", usually intended for something like radio controls, or recievers, etc.
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Gunmaster
                            Yeah I do. I repair radar guns for local police departments.
                            Am I the only one who picked up on this???

                            He's repairing radar guns for the fuzz! - he is an accessory to bastard speeding tickets!

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                            • #15
                              I'm pretty sure that by repairing he means making the the guns have a higher speed tolerence

                              I wish
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