Stephen Smith: Just watchd your video brilliant Did you get chance to put together more infomation on this Would like to have a good myself
quartzsite: Vary nice!
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Christopher Yelinek: Good Afternoon Sir May I please have a parts list for this project. Thank you 73
feedmytv: Did you use any algorithm to compensate the lack of granularity/accuracy in step motors or would the gain be minimal?
Chris Kelly: can you view the weather radar an what would i need
SendinK9: I just watched the rest of the video. That is a Stepper motor, the same one in the SteppIR ? I was going to buy a SteppIR but a little to spendy. Anyway what is the name of your Satcom program. I will be moving to Kansas in a year or so and will no doubt be getting into Satcom. Your system would be perfect. Also, are you selling the specs for your antenna. If so I would like to purchase a copy so I can build me one of those. I realty like what you have done. Kc7LGT
SendinK9: Very very nice job Howard, and they look very cool. I like the use of the servos, very clever!
Wa State 73...
Roger Anderson: Thts really cool man! My uncle is looking for somethin like that, hes a ham radio operator, kc9lss,don, 73s my friend
Andrés Pérez Pérez: What´s the direction of your web page??
dieselheart001: @AHamAtHrt Got a link to your website? I'd like to build a setup like this.
zachary098abcd: How did you do that ^^ ?
Roger Viscardi: Great video, congratulations
Rich Rodgers: Do you have a website yet???
ei8gib: Excellent, great project, well done.
geologynow: can you post a link to the satcom software?
xsmurf: I would *really* love to see more details on this. Specially the corner reflector antennas your are using!
can you sell me such pleasure????
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