10GHz WBFM transceivers

The modern way of getting (simply) into 10GHz WBFM appears to be using very low cost 10GHz Doppler radar modules with a 100MHz FM receiver. Whilst with G6ALB for my Pixie tests Andrew demonstrated a working 10GHz link based on these low cost modules. These are useful links Andrew sent me.

Hi Roger,
These are the units I found when I was looking for [definitions of] the 10.525 GHz ISM band.
It looks like 3cm Doppler radar is alive and well,I’d assumed it had disappeared in favour of PIR.
Some data here:
These are very good pages (for wideband FM on 10 GHz).

 Andrew G6ALB

Roger Lapthorn, G3XBM, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com and writes from Cambridge, England.

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