INFORMATIONS OF MY STATION:
POLICY OF RETURN THE QSL CARDS:
QSL card via direct: If you send your QSL card via direct, please include: SAE (Self Addressed Envelope) and one IRC to exchange up to 31/12/2013 (Do not include money). Only in such conditions, my commitment is send my QSL card immediately by air mail; otherwise they are returned via Bureau. I must report that the air mail with distant countries, has an average delay around 20 days.
QSL card vía Bureau: I return 100% by Radio Club uruguayo.
For information about QSL card please only write to: firstname.lastname@example.org
SEE MORE DOWN, THE PERFORMANCE OF MY SETUP (CONTACTS INITIAL "EME" IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER)
My main activity in EME is en 144 MHz ("H" and "V"), with a antenna Yagi of 3 WL, 160 watts; and less activity in 432 MHz ("H" and "V") with a antenna Yagi of 7 WL, 100 watts).
The project is characterized by optimizing the comparatively limited resources for the demanding mode of moonbounce, with an excellent reception. Requires moderate conditions in Moonbounce, also correspondents with good antenna gain and sensitivity of receiver. Most (90%) of the QSOs in 144 MHz were performed with operators of 4 Yagi and 1000 watts of power and we have worked most of it them. Currently repeat many QSO and I am QRV to new colleagues who want the qsl card of Uruguay.
Regret to report that I have no space for more antennas, addition, with only one Yagi of 3 wavelengths, the increased power in my shack of radio, is not the solution, for not improve my RX for colleagues of less setup.
A calculation based on the first 100 EME QSO using the software developed by American astrophysicist and Nobel Prize in Physics 1993, the radio amateur Joe Taylor (K1JT), the average report of signals sent and received in SpecJT of JT65B are:
TX: -25 dB
RX: -21 dB
My report: For each QSO I will send my report (Screen SpecJT) and would appreciate your reciprocity.
Website of N0UK: Website of N0UK: With good condition, I find myself in website JT65 EME of N0UK, for answer calls CQ that I see on my monitor or compliance agreed sked.
YOUR QSL CARD OF URUGUAY IS POSSIBLE IN MOONBOUCE: If you believe that can make a contact with me by moonbounce, please choose the day most suitable among us and send me an email to arrange a sked to: viacava.cx5ic @ gmail.com
SEE THE FRIENDS WITH WHOM I HAVE COMMUNICATED FOR THE FIRST TIME IN EME; MOSTLY IN 144 MHZ; THE REPETITIONS ARE NOT REGISTERED HERE:
OTHER TECHNIQUES EN VHF/UHF: METEOR-SCATTER - TROPOSPHERIC PROPAGATION (VHF: 160 WATTS - UHF: 100 WATTS).
ACTIVITIES IN HF: DX IN FONE (100 WATTS) AND DIGITAL MODES (15 WATTS).
TOWERS, ANTENNAS AND EQUIPMENT:
Tower with steel wire braces:
Antenna Rigel 3 elemements yagi (10, 15 and 20 meters) --- One rotatable dipole antenna for 50 mhz on parasitic coupling installed and isolated on boom tribanda yagi 3 elements ---Antenna “Swiss double Cuad” (144 MHz) - Rotator Kempro and controller KR-600 (Japan) --- Antenna dipole half wave 80 meter with trasmatch (3.5 to 29 MHz).
Tower Conical self-supported:
Antennas Yagi KLM (USA): 22C-2M (VHF; 22 elements, 3WL, circular polarization) and 435-40CX (UHF; 40 elements, 6WL, polarization circular). Modified the polarization for EME (Circular to lineal) as a result: Boom with two antennas at 144 MHz (Polarization horizontal and vertical and boom with two 432 MHz antennas (Polarization horizontal and vertical) --- Swich in shack --- Rotator Yaesu (Azimuth and elevation) with controller G-5400B (Japan).
Coaxial: Belden 9913 (USA) used in all systems:
Transceivers, amplifiers, pre-amplifiers, accessories:
Transceivers Kenwood (Japan): HF: TS-940S, TS-590S - VHF/UHF: TS-790A with PS-31,TH-78A.
Amplifiers Mirage communications (USA): B-1016-G (VHF) --- and D10140-N (UHF).
Pre-amplifiers (USA): Advanced Receiver Research (MGF 1302) (VHF and UHF) ---Mirage Communications (MGF 1302) (VHF and UHF).
Power supply Astron RS-35M (USA) 13.8 VDC (To feed amplifiers and pre-amplifiers).
Interfaces PC/tranceivers - World Clock Quartz Icom (Japan) - Various PCs and monitors - Several accessories for the best performance (USA and Japan).
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