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Where do I can buy a Legit 1420 MHZ Feedhorn for my Parabolic Dish?

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#1 Am33r

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Posted Yesterday, 01:59 PM

I have 2.3M and 3M Dishes and I'm looking for something in the US, and nice like This One If you know, please let me know. Thank You


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#2 gregj888

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Posted Today, 01:22 AM

https://astropeiler....rtThe Setup.pdf

 

https://www.assa.org...adio-telescope/

check the links

 

A lot of the DIY links have disappeared  over the past 10 years or so.  If you can't find some good examples, use the "Way back machine" and search "dish feed horns radio telescope"  You'll still get a proper feed.


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#3 Am33r

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Posted Today, 02:15 AM

https://astropeiler....rtThe Setup.pdf

 

https://www.assa.org...adio-telescope/

check the links

 

A lot of the DIY links have disappeared  over the past 10 years or so.  If you can't find some good examples, use the "Way back machine" and search "dish feed horns radio telescope"  You'll still get a proper feed.

Thank you very much. They built their own, I could do that, but I thought I could just buy them



#4 robin_astro

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Posted Today, 08:45 AM

 I'm looking for something in the US, and nice like This One If you know, please let me know. Thank You

I have not used their kit but Prima Luce who make this  do have an address in the US

https://www.primaluc...ca/where-we-are

 

Cheers

Robin


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#5 levyjoelh

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Posted Today, 09:44 AM

Very neat to see folks on this website doing RA.   If I had the space, I would try it myself. 

 

 

I have 2.3M and 3M Dishes and I'm looking for something in the US, and nice like This One If you know, please let me know. Thank You



#6 Stu Todd

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Posted Today, 10:28 AM

The spectroscopy / science forum over at Stargazers Lounge seems to be more radio focussed than here.

Pop your question over at https://stargazerslo...d-spectroscopy/

 

A quick "google" brings up the same Prima Luce type, as you are more than aware I guess. 

There are many old links as Greg suggested, and in such an under-utilised amateur field, much information will be there, hidden in the past.

 

Hope the UK folks can assist!


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