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Welcome to the UK Microwave Group Wiki

The place to find information on equipment and projects for Amateur Microwave operation on bands above 1 GHz.

This wiki is designed to be a reference library, developed by the UK Microwave Group for use by the worldwide microwave community. Any information which you feel is of use to others can be put on the Wiki, but please observe any copyright restrictions on your material you use. However, before you can add or edit content you will need to register for an account.


New to Microwave operation?

The UK Microwave Group Information and services

Scatterpoint Magazine

Microwave Rountables

  • Presentations Presentations from Rountables.
  • Recordings from Rountables can be found on the UK MIcrowave Group Youtube channel.

Getting on the Microwave Bands

The Low Bands:

The middle bands:

The High bands

The Millimetre Bands



Construction projects

  • PE4302 - PE4302 variable attenuator project
  • ADF435x PIC - PIC controllers for Chinese ADF4350/4351 boards

G4BAO's Bodger's Guides

Modifying AFL 900MHz Hybrids for 23cms File:900MHz Hybrids.doc

Modifying Kevin's splitters for wideband File:Wideband splitter.doc

13cm PA using a G4BAO 23cm board and an MRF19085 File:MRF19085.doc

Bodging 1900MHz QRO amps for 13cm File:1900AMPS.doc

Using a Lucent ILam QRO SSPA on 13cm File:ILAM_Mods1.doc

Using a ceramic MRF9045 in the G4BAO PA PCB File:ceramic.doc

A control board for a GAsFET PA File:GaAs PA control.doc

A 70cm converter File:70cm converter.doc

Dishal's method for tuning up filters File:Dishal.doc

Simple PIC controller to use as a beacon with the G4JNT synthesiser board File:Beacon_PIC.doc

A small, high current Stepdown PSU after a design by G3WDG File:stepdown_PSU.pdf

Useful Circuits and notes

Miscellaneous Equipment manuals and schematics

  • Bob Platts G8OZP Circuits and documentation for the Bob Platts range of equipment

Test equipment manuals

For HP and Agilent equipment see the Yahoo group

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