VK2 Microwave Users Group Wiki

23cm, 2.4/3.4/5.7/10/24/47 GHz and above - antennas, propagation, operating, etc. Includes Optical communications, with light,
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VK2 Microwave Users Group Wiki

Post by VK2XAX » Tue Mar 12, 2019 8:02 am

Hi all,

Our little group in VK2 has its own web site & wiki now :)

Dedicated to collecting notable microwave resources.

https://groups.io/g/VK2-Microwave-Users-Group/wiki/Home

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Re: VK2 Microwave Users Group Wiki

Post by VK7HH » Tue Mar 12, 2019 8:34 am

Just subbmited for membership to the group. Thanks Tim

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Re: VK2 Microwave Users Group Wiki

Post by VK4GHZ » Tue Mar 12, 2019 10:52 am

Hi Tim

A suggestion that would make your site more valuable to those using search engines.
Use correct International System of Units (SI), especially with regard to MHz GHz etc.

There should always be space between the numeral and the unit,

ie; 1296 MHz
not; 1296Mhz

ie; 24 GHz
not; 24Ghz

Note the uppercase H in Hz.
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And on all the sub pages.

With 5.7 GHz, I doubt anyone is ever going to search on the term 5.6Ghz.
Try "5.7 GHz".

Getting small detail like this right can make a huge difference, and it looks more credible. :om:
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Re: VK2 Microwave Users Group Wiki

Post by VK2XAX » Tue Mar 12, 2019 12:39 pm

VK4GHZ wrote:Hi Tim

A suggestion that would make your site more valuable to those using search engines.
Use correct International System of Units (SI), especially with regard to MHz GHz etc.
Absolutely right! - thanks for picking that up :)

All fixed now

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