Radio Amateur since 08.12.1987 (DC5XE) Locator: JO43WI
Member of DARC, OV E27
Member of DL0LH, Lufthansa Amateur Radio Group
For all who want to listen to a WebSDR via a mobile device (iOS, Android, etc.), try this: http://websdr.ewi.utwente.nl:8901/m.htm
Here is my A4S 3-band beam, now modificated also for 40m use as a rotary dipole.
I am using a TS-590 with an Expert 1K-FA for HF. For VHF also TS-590 with a DB6NT - Kuhne - Transverter (TR 144 H+40) and a BEKO HLV-1000. You will also find a TS-2000 and a IC-2820 (for D-Star). At the left side you can see a D-Star hot spot built with a RaspberryPi and a DVAP. It works fine!
Below: my antenna equipment for 6m to 23cm
My lovely amplifiers
Here is a screenshot of my EQ setting for the TS-590 with using the Heil PR 781 and Heil headset with HC-6 (PROC is on, Effect = Hard. Low Cut 100 Hz / High Cut 2900 Hz)
Here is a screenshot of my eq setting for the TS-590 with using the Kenwood MC-60 (PROC is on).
And here is a schematic for connecting the Expert to the TS-590 and the PC. It was provided by HB9DDS. Daniel, thanks a lot for that!
I am using PRO.SIS.TEL. Rotators
Shortly I had a Problem with a potentiometer in one of my "Big Boys". The following video solved my problem:
My mobil equipment. IC-7000, LDG-AT600ProII, HLA-300V-Plus, and a 40m monoband vertical (90cm) by DK2RZ, QRO version!
November 2014, "DX-pedition" on "Hundwiler Höhe" in HB9.
Peter, HB9UQX Andy, HB9CVE and me
Between June 30 and the 07. of July 2014 north Italy, JO46pd, Lago di Como
In the middle of the picture below you can see my vertical for 40m
I was primary qrv on 40m , but also on D-Star
Here my D-Star Hot Spot built on a RaspberryPi and the Red DVAP Dongle.
Between July 28 and the 04. of August 2012 I was qrv from South Sweden, JO56NH, Ronneby
CQ WW WPX SSB Contest 2012
Between May 28 and the 04. of June 2011 I was qrv from the North of Italy, JN44CO
Here a link to the location: http://www.piemonte-betlem.info/
Here some pictures:
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