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Hello friends

My callsign in Switzerland, is HB9IJB

HOTEL BRAVO NINE INDIA JULIETT BRAVO   

 

My linear amplifier are my antennas is an option,

I do not use amplifier only use 100Watts. 

 

                  

   See the stade it is when you use the PComputer too much instead of doing Dx.

   a good laugh is good for health.

                                                                                    

 

WELCOME Grid: IM67CB 

QSL via bureau or direct my adress.

No coupons IRC, not dolars please. THANK YOU. 

Member of REDE dos EMISSORES PORTUGUESES  BUREAU.

                                                                                                                                                                                     Dx Cluster

 

 

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DX Code of Conduct

1 / I will listen and listen and listen again before calling.
2 / I will only call if I can copy the DX station properly.
3 / I will not trust the DX cluster and will be sure to sign call the

DX station before calling.
4 / I will not interfere with the DX station nor anyone calling and

will never focus on the

DX frequencyor in the QSX slot.
5 / I'll wait for the DX station to end a contact before moving on.
6 / I will always send my full call sign.
7 / I'll call and listen to a reasonable time. I will not call continuously.
8 / I will not transmit when the DX operator calls another call sign,

not mine.
9 / I will not transmit when the DX operator queries a call sign not

like mine.

10 / I will not transmit when the DX station requests geographic

areas other than mine.
11 / When the DX operator calls me, I will not repeat my call sign

unless I think he has copied correctly.
12 / I will be thankful if and when I do make a contact.
13 / I will respect my fellow hams and conduct myself so as to

earntheir respect.

 

 

 

 

          

Proverbio arabe:

(epoca de Al-Andalus):

"No hay nada mas importante para los ojos de Dios que el hombre

que aprende una ciencia y la ensena a los demas".

Translation: "There is nothing more important in the eyes of God

that the man who learns a science and teaches to others".

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Um loop delta polarizada vertical, 40m.


Eu gosto dos 40m - é uma banda muito agradável para trabalhar DX.

Para obter um ângulo de radiação baixa, na minha opinião uma antena

polarizada vertical é a melhor escolha, esta é muito silenciosa a menos

que se possa colocar uma Yagi a uma altura razoável. Verticais quarto de

onda precisa de boas propriedades de terra bom condutor

(quer uma quantidade radiais ou uma terra de baixa resistência).

A eficiencia da antena vertical quando o terreno é mau condutor, é

precisamente um número de radiais suficiente. Mas, na minha situação,

eu não queria colocar um outro pólo com muitos radiais no jardim.

Então, eu tentei este loop polarizada vertical ao longo dos cabos de

sustentação da minha torre com 72 pés. Ao contrario das antenas

verticais que necessitam de radiais, esta Delta Loop a principal

vantagem é que é mais ou menos independentes das propriedades do solo,

devido ao seu comprimento de onda completa.

A antena é alimentado cerca de 1/4 de onda a partir da

extremidade de um dos fios inclinados.O fio horizontal está apenas a

cerca de 1,5 m acima do solo na minha instalação, enquanto

o ápice é aproximadamente  a 15m.

Alimentei-a com linha paralela de 450 Ohm.  

                                                                                                                                                

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Antenna Lazy-H for 40/10meters magic longths ( 88/44 feet ) homebrew

Antenna BOBTAIL for band 40 Meters, homebrew.

Dipole E.D.Z. for Band 40/80/160 Meters 70feet heigth, homebrew.

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Dipole PKW 160/80 Meters.

Yagi 3 el. /40 Meters Hy-gain  72 feet height.

Yagi 2 el. 20/15/10 Meters TH2MK3 Hy-gain.

Yagi 3 el. / 18/24MHz.

Ant. Vertical 14 AVQ Hy-Gain.

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YAGI  5 el./ 50MHz

YAGI 17el./ 144MHz

YAGI 19 el./ 432MHz

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YAGI 6el. / 28MHz / Boom 10.62metres

YAGI 6el. / 21MHz / Boom 14.78metres

YAGI 4el. / 14MHz / Boom   9.82metres

 

            

 

   

 

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 Born in May 1949,

HF KENWOOD Receiver 2000,

HF TRANSCEIVER KENWOOD TS 870,

HF TRANSCEIVER  YAESU 757 GXII,

TRANSCEIVER YAESU 7800 VHF / UHF - FM Dual Band / Mobil,

TRANSCEIVER ICOM 706 - HF/VHF / 160-10 / 50MHz / 144MHz,

TRANSCEIVER ICOM 275H / VHF, All mode,

TRANSCEIVER ICOM 475E / UHF, All mode.

 

 

                    

HAVE GUYS CALM AND PLEASE DO NOT PUSH BEHAVE WELL OK, THANKS YOU.

 

O GORDO E O MAGRO !!!

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ALGARVE

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Good Dx 73.                                  Dx Cluster

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