Some information about the repair of my IC7700 Power Amplifier Module => https://www.dropbox.com/s/h6ki35xduxhe4x6/Rep.%20Pictures%20IC7700%20PA.pdf?dl=0
Some Information about my 40m angle dipole (sorry - to date only in German) => https://www.dropbox.com/s/lcmrf31gpd9540b/40m_Winkelsperrtopfdipol_df9vh.pdf?dl=0
My holiday activities : UT / DF9VH
24.06 - 22.07. 2006 - Odesa (Odessa) KN56jj / Long: 30.75328E, Lat: 46.40631N
28.07 - 01.09. 2012 - Karolino-Buhaz (Carolina-Bugaz) KN56ge / Long: 30.56008E, Lat: 46.17041N
Here some home built equipment made by DF9VH.
This are the four corners of the 80m fullsize quad.
Here are my new Transceiver and the Remote control of my new Linearamplifier.
Below, you can see the matching network to use my 40m dipole on 80(75)m.
Two 9V batteries inside, enough for 10K turns. ⇒
Here, the antenna switch / distributor with matching network and some measurement equipment.
Update 2012-11-11 :
My first attempts at HF-mobile. The white base load coil below is called “ Schmunzelspule ” in German.
Update 2014-02-17 :
After 21 years and 380,000 km the engine of my Volvo 960 is blowing. And here's the new one with 2m and 70cm on board.
Below you can see the inhouse equipment I need for all of my short-wave activity - not more and not less.
The mic-preamplifier with equaliser is connected via Toslink optical fibre connector with the IC7700.
Update 2015-10-08 :
Above you can see my new additional RF receiver, I need for accurate level measurement.
This magical receiving frequency above is in a band by hopefully there allowed German-Ham's to send soon.
Update 2013-07-17 :
After a break of more than 35 years, I am active again on my holiday plot in 2m SSB.
Above you can see the two low-cost 2m SSB amplifiers ( pre and main) with an old ICOM 2m SSB transceiver.
95 A/h battery with battery booster for the main amplifier ( 250 W PEP out) and the other 74 A/h for the rest of the equipment.
16 years old quad antenna on a new slide pole.
FPZ - Frank-Pierre Zawatzki
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