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Hello dr OM,

my name is Robert. I'm living in germay in a small village called Herzogenrath. It is in the near of the dutch border.

I'm licenced since 1996. Now i'm back to ham radio after long time of QRT. My shack is small, but functionallity.

The primarily tranceiver is a Kennwood TS-570D (work perfect for me). My antenna is 13,5m vertical wire up to 5m over Ground and a 5m long groundplane on top of my garage.

Update 10-02-2013:
Create new echolink station to 145.550(FM) as DG5KR-L. Nodenumber 724287.
Software is svxlink on a Raspberry PI. I used a GPIO for the PTT control, and not a usb-serial adapter. It works very fine.
The transceiver is an old mobile trx for 2m (Kenpro FM240) with 10W. My antenna is a 5/8 lambda, 2m over ground.

Update 03-27-2014:
Working remote with your TRX. A dream comes true.
Summer time in the evening. Sitting in the garden. But no transceiver without disassemble the hole shack. Now it is possible
to use my TRX only with my Laptop in my garden. The magic word call "remote control". Here is a little overview how i realize this

Here the Sourcecode for the remote PTT control:

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