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February 28, 2011

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Neilgoldstein.blogspot.com

From the looks of it, I think it's another RP-2100 derivative

vimal oberoi

sold out,no more production-says the site

Andreas

@Neilgoldstein
No way, the Hitachi KH-WS1 has been introduced in 2000 and had a completely different frequency range ;)

L-band satellite 1453.384~1490.644Mhz --> Worldspace*
FM: 87.5~108MHz
MW:522~1620kHz
SW1: 2.3~7.3MHz
SW2: 9.5~26.1MHz

* http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1worldspace

Andreas

I forgot to say it was known as a mediocre performer on AM and SW.

Neilgoldstein.blogspot.com

@Andreas

My mistake. It had 'the look'.

The Worldspace L-band capability should have told me that.

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