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This year is going to be so exciting as both Crystal and I prepare for our DX expedition to Europe were going to be operating QRP from some Great places one of our locations is going a top the Rock of Gibraltar, with such incredible views and more to the point great take off to the Americas.
In all we will be operating from Ten Different locations on our Journey thru Spain and France for a period of 5 days at each location its going to be hectic but great fun
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We will be operating for 5 days from the Rock on all Bands 160m Thru 10m using the following Equipment
Yaesu FT-817ND fitted with the BHL DSP Board and a 1.8KHz SSB Filter and using our 35Watt Back Packer Amplifier and our LDG Z100 Auto Antenna Tuner a Must for QRP Back packing use this on our Wire Dipole Antenna and with a 1:1 Balun on our long wire
Our Antennas are The Super MP1 Great antenna breaks down into its own neat little carry case so quick and simple to setup but with out standing performance
Pictures of the Super MP1
And we can't forget our Buddipole
No Expedition would be complete without this Gem best by far
We are hoping that we may be taking an Elecraft KX3 with us but this Depends on the Wonderful People at Elecraft we can but keep our fingers crossed i have used a friends and found it to be such an incredible radio
Great News Thanks to everyone at Elecraft the KX3 is Shipping this Week which gives us the time to get it on the Air We'd just like to say thankyou to Eric, Madiline and Lisa for there help in making this happen. Oh and don't forget to see them at the the local show in CA this coming weekend.
Another location will be a top the old Armory in the old Port of Cadiz in Spain.
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