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I own an experimental aircraft known as a Corben Junior Ace. It is a 2 seat, side by side, open cockpit parasol. It was built in 1986 by a gentleman in Michigan. I am presently building a Van's Aircraft RV-4, a 2 seat rocket with a cruise speed around 190 MPH. My flying experience is in the Cessna 140, Cessna 150, Aeronca Chief and now Corben Junior Ace. I've been flying since 1977 while a sophomore in high school. Email me if you'd like to talk airplanes!

I build Down East Microwave transverters to help people get on the air on the higher bands. I've built several 902, 1296, 2304, 3456 and a 10 GHz transverter.

My 10 GHz system has the basic transverter running at 10 mW and an external PA set for 2W out. The high power transmit signal goes through a 10 GHz isolator to protect the amp from high SWR.

I currently have equipment for 160M-6M @ 100W, 2M @ 160W, 222 @ 5W, 432 @ 13W, 902 @ 200W, 1296 @ 5 mW (working on a 35W W6PQL SSPA),  and 10 GHz @ 2W.

You can search YouTube for "jracepilot" and see my various videos.

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