Posts Tagged ‘frequencies’

Cool doc: US military UHF TACSAT/DAMA

Monday, January 28th, 2013

Here's an interesting doc for any RF hackers interested in military satellite communications. Its the official US military manual on Multi-Service Tactics, techniques, and Procedures for Ultra High Frequency Tactical Satellite and Demand Assigned Multiple Access (DAMA) Operations. Pretty much everything you never even thought about regarding military UHF satellite...

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Crystal oscillator frequencies

Monday, January 7th, 2013

Drone refers us to this table of Crystal oscillator frequencies from Wikipedia: Wikipedia has a nice table of "Crystal oscillator frequencies". The table includes a column of crystals divisible by powers of 2 which may be appropriate for Real Time Clock (RTC) references... Xtal frequencies covered in the table (at...

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