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Name Sweep Time Sweep Time Sweep Time Sweep Time 60 cycle Sweep Time 120 cycle Sweep

Time Sweep Time 1 Kh Sweep Time Sweep Time Sweep Time 10 Kh Sweep Time TV IF Sweep Time Sweep Time 100 Kh Sweep Time Sweep Time Sweep Time AM Broadcast Sweep Time Fastest Sweep Time TV IF 80 meters 40 meters Pentium clock FM Broadcast 2 meters 100x fastest sweep Low microwave, 1 m 460 Mh Band Microwave, Radar 23 Cm band Solar flux test freq 10 Gh (ham band?) 3 mm Microwave / Infrared, 1 mm .1 mm Infrared Infrared / red light boundary Low UV light High blue light UV / Xray boundary

Freq 5.0E+0 10.0E+0 20.0E+0 50.0E+0 60.0E+0 100.0E+0 120.0E+0 200.0E+0 400.0E+0 500.0E+0 1.0E+3 1.0E+3 2.0E+3 5.0E+3 10.0E+3 10.0E+3 15.8E+3 20.0E+3 50.0E+3 100.0E+3 100.0E+3 200.0E+3 500.0E+3 1.0E+6 1.0E+6 2.0E+6 3.6E+6 3.7E+6 7.0E+6 10.0E+6 90.0E+6 100.0E+6 146.0E+6 200.0E+6 299.8E+6 460.0E+6 1.0E+9 1.3E+9 2.8E+9 10.0E+9 100.0E+9 299.8E+9 3.0E+12 4.4E+12 389.3E+12 749.5E+12 768.7E+12 74.9E+15

Wavelength Period (Meters) (Seconds) 60.0E+6 200.0E-3 30.0E+6 100.0E-3 15.0E+6 50.0E-3 6.0E+6 20.0E-3 5.0E+6 16.7E-3 3.0E+6 10.0E-3 2.5E+6 8.3E-3 1.5E+6 5.0E-3 749.5E+3 2.5E-3 599.6E+3 2.0E-3 299.8E+3 1.0E-3 299.8E+3 1.0E-3 149.9E+3 500.0E-6 60.0E+3 200.0E-6 30.0E+3 100.0E-6 30.0E+3 100.0E-6 19.0E+3 63.5E-6 15.0E+3 50.0E-6 6.0E+3 20.0E-6 3.0E+3 10.0E-6 3.0E+3 10.0E-6 1.5E+3 5.0E-6 599.6E+0 2.0E-6 299.8E+0 1.0E-6 299.8E+0 1.0E-6 149.9E+0 500.0E-9 83.7E+0 279.3E-9 80.0E+0 266.9E-9 42.8E+0 142.9E-9 30.0E+0 100.0E-9 3.3E+0 11.1E-9 3.0E+0 10.0E-9 2.1E+0 6.8E-9 1.5E+0 5.0E-9 1.0E+0 3.3E-9 651.7E-3 2.2E-9 299.8E-3 1.0E-9 236.1E-3 787.4E-12 107.1E-3 357.1E-12 30.0E-3 100.0E-12 3.0E-3 10.0E-12 1.0E-3 3.3E-12 100.0E-6 333.6E-15 68.0E-6 226.8E-15 770.0E-9 2.6E-15 400.0E-9 1.3E-15 390.0E-9 1.3E-15 4.0E-9 13.3E-18

Calculated Freq (Temp) 5 10 20 50 60 100 120 200 400 500 1000 1000 2000 5000 10000 10000 15750 20000 50000 100000 100000 200000 500000 1000000 1000000 2000000 3580000 3747400.006 7000000 10000000 90000000 100000000 146000000 200000000 299792000.5 460000000 1000000000 1270000000 2800000000 10000000000 1E+11 2.99792E+11 2.99792E+12 4.409E+12 3.8934E+14 7.4948E+14 7.68697E+14 7.4948E+16

Freq * Wavelength = C ==> 299.8E+6

meter / sec

FreqCalcs

Frequency and Wavelength Calculations

C=F*W

Workspace

Result

Blank out the unknown variable Is Frequency Wavelength Hertz Meters 521.500E+6 Valid 521.500E+6 Valid Wire Diameter Loop Quad Reflector Driven Element Directors .15 Spacing .20 Spacing Wire Dipole 0.125

Results Read Answer Here Frequency Hertz 521.500E+6 521.500E+6

Wavelength Meters 574.865E-3 574.865E-3

Centimeters 57.486E+0 57.486E+0 181.060E+0

Inches 22.63247299 22.63247299 (Find K in ARRL book table)

Wavelength / Diameter = Inches 23.701 23.126 22.435 3.395 4.526 Feet 1.975 1.927 1.870 0.283 0.377

1030 / Freq (Mh) 1005 / Freq (Mh) 975 / Freq (Mh)

Feet + Inches 1.000 11.701 1.000 11.126 1.000 10.435 0.000 3.395 0.000 4.526

Long Wire 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Halves 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20

Inches 22.076 44.719 67.361 90.003 112.646 135.288 157.931 180.573 203.215 225.858

Feet 1.840 3.727 5.613 7.500 9.387 11.274 13.161 15.048 16.935 18.821

Feet + Inches 1.000 10.076 3.000 8.719 5.000 7.361 7.000 6.003 9.000 4.646 11.000 3.288 13.000 1.931 15.000 0.573 16.000 11.215 18.000 9.858

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FreqCalcs

Feet 1.886039 1.886039

Ft + In 10.63247

ind K in ARRL book table)

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Ohm's Law

Worksheet for Ohm's Law Calculations You can use Goal Seek or Solver to find specific values Workspace Blank out the unknown variable V I R Volts Amps Ohms 13.8 1.7 13.8 1.7 Result Is

Create user-defined functions for these, also?

Valid Valid

Results Read Answer Here V=I*R I=V/R R=V/I Volts Amps Ohms 13.8 1.700 8.12 13.8 1.700 8.12

V*I Watts 23.46 23.46

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Ohm's Law

ions for these, also?

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Resistance

Series Resistance Series Percent R Total R1 5.0E+0 0.59 R2 3.5E+0 0.41 R3 0.00 R4 0.00 R5 0.00 R6 0.00 R7 0.00 R8 0.00 Total R 8.5E+0 1.00 Parallel Resistance Series Parallel R R 10.0E+0 0.1 10.0E+0 0.1

Voltage Test Points Input (+) Drop Output (-) 13.80 13.80 0.00 13.80 8.09 5.71 5.71 5.71 0.00

Current Current Amps 1.617819461 1.617819461

13.80 Input (+) 8.09 Voltage Drop 8.09 Output (-) 0.00

1.617819461 Current Current Amps 0.80890973 0.80890973

R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 R9 R10 R11 R12 R13 R14 R15 R16 R17 R18 R19 R20 R21 R22 R23 R24 R25 Total R

20.0E+0

5.0E+0

1.617819461

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Resistance

Current Power Watts 13.08669904 9.23920952

22.32590856 Current Power Watts 6.543349519 6.543349519

13.08669904

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Capacitance

Capacitors in series and parallel. Enter data in gray. Read answer in green. Use constant units, Microfarads, Picofarads, etc. Capacitance Parallel C 1 2 4

Create user-defined functions for these, also?

C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 Net C

Series C 1.000 0.500 0.250 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.571

Capacitive Reactance (Xc) Capacitance Frequency Reactance Farads Hertz Ohms Microfarads Megahertz Ohms 0.00047 7.15 47.36

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Inductance

Inductors in series and parallel. Create user-defined functions for these, also? Enter data in gray. Read answer in green. Other cells are locked intermediate figures. Use constant units, Millihenrys, Microhenrys, etc. Calculations are valid only if coils are far apart. Inductance Series Parallel L L 500 0.002 1200 0.000833333 0 0 0 0 0 0 1700 352.941 Inductive Reactance (XL) Inductance Frequency Reactance Henrys Hertz Ohms Millihenrys Kilohertz Ohms Microhenrys Megahertz Ohms 15 14 1319.47

L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 L6 L7 L8 Net L

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Impedance

Sheet Reserved for Impedance Calculations Create user-defined functions for these, also? Enter data in gray. Read answer in green. Other cells are locked intermediate figures. Unfinished (unstarted!) The tables copied here may or may not prove useful. See ARRL Handbook page 2-22. Resistance Series Parallel R 1/R R 500 0.002 500 1200 0.000833333 1200 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1700 0.002833333 352.9412 See SOLVSAMP.XLS!Engineering Design for an example circuit layout.

R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 Net R

Ohms Law for Reactance You can use Goal Seek or Solver to find specific values Workspace Blank out the unknown variable Volts 5 5 Amps Ohms 10 10 Result Is Results Read Answer Here V=I*R I=V/R R=V/I Volts Amps Ohms 5 0.5 10 5 0.5 10

Valid Valid

V*I Watts 2.5 2.5

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Impedance

for these, also?

L Handbook page 2-22.

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DB DB Abbr 9 25 1 FG 3 2 8 2 3 4 TxD RxD RTS

Direction Description DCE <> DTE == Frame Ground <-------> <---Transmitted Data Received Data Request to Send

RS-232 Signal and pin definitions. From To Explanation

Common Connects equipment chassis to prevent Y electrical shock. DTE DCE Transmit line for DTE Receive Y line for DCE DCE DTE Receive line for DTE Transmit Y line for DCE DTE DCE Tells the modem that the TERMINAL or Y computer is ready to transmit data. DCE DTE Tells the terminal or computer that the MODEM is ready to accept data for transmission. DCE DTE Indicates that the MODEM is ready to establish the communications link and exchange control characters to begin data transmission. Return path for signal current DCE DTE Indicates that the MODEM has detected the data carrier of the remote modem. Y

CTS

---->

Clear to Send

DSR

---->

Data Set Ready

5 1

7 8

SG DCD RLSD v+ vQM SDCD SRLSD SCTS STxD NS TxC

== ---->

9 10 11 12 13 14 14 15

== == ----> ----> ----> <---<-------> ----> ----> ----> ----> <---<----

Signal Ground Data Carrier Detect Received Line Signal Detector Positive DC test voltage Negative DC test voltage Equalizer Mode Secondary DCD Secondary CTS Secondary TxD New Sync Transmitter Clock DCE Source Secondary RxD Divided Clock Transmitter Receiver Clock Divided Clock Receiver Local Loopback Secondary RTS Data Terminal Ready

Y Y

DCE DTE DCE DTE DCE DTE DTE DCE DTE DCE DCE DTE

16 SRxD 16 DCT 17 18 18 19 20 RxC DCR LL SRTS DTR

DCE DTE DCE DTE DCE DTE DCE DTE DTE DCE DTE DCE Indicates that the TERMINAL or computer is ready to establish the communications link and exchange control characters to begin data transmission. DCE DTE DCE DTE Indicates that the modem has received a ring signal on the telephone line. DTE DCE DCE DTE

21 SQ 22 RI

----> ---->

Signal Quality Detect Ring Indicator

23 23

<------->

Data Rate Selector Data Rate Selector

DB DB Abbr 9 25 24 ETxC 25 25 TM

Direction Description From To Explanation DCE <> DTE <---External Transmitter Clock DTE DCE DTE Source <---Busy DTE DCE Test Mode

Common

2 Signal and pin definitions. DB EIA CCIT Bell 25 Circuit T v24 208A 1 AA 101 2 3 4 BA BB CA 103 104 105

RS-232 Signal and pin definition

CB

106

CC

107

7 8

AB CF

102 109

9 10 11 12 13 14 14 15 16 16 17 18 18 19 20

X SCF SCB SBA DB SBB 122 121 118 X 114 119 X DD 115 X SCA CD 120 108.2

21 22

CG CE

110 125

23 23

CH CI

111 112

DB EIA CCIT Bell 25 Circuit T v24 208A 24 DA 113 25 25

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