Rohde & Schwarz SU 156 now with enclosure in quite good condition, tnx to Burkhard, DF5XV. On top three cavity filters Rohde & Schwarz, from stock of Bundeswehr.
Yesterday I could tune my Rohde & Schwarz SU 156 im AM for the first time. Frequencies 144,567 MHz and 144,712 MHz.
That TX is excellent for 2 m AM. Six channels with XTALs, 200 WPEP out, 24/7. See first setup in my shack:
left the Mike from Beyerdynamic, Germany, Mixer Behringer Eurorack, Germany and in the right the Rohde & Schwarz SU 156, Made in Germany.
New adress since June 2014, my new locator is JO31ac.
My DOK: G13, previously R31, previously K32
On 18-OCT-2014 I put up the new antenna in the garden:
in the back on the roof of my workshop 4,2 kW of my new 8,5 kW grid parallel photovoltaic system
I was QRV the last years on 2m weak signal also as:
ZA1A, YO5/DL7AJA, EA3/DM8MM, EA6/DM8MM, EA8/DL7AJA, EA8/DM8MM, TK/DL7AJA and from I, ON, PA0, OE, HB9 as well.
Years ago I was the VHF/UHF/SHF manager of the DARC Distrikt "K", Rheinland-Pfalz and
I am a holder of the "Goldene Ehrennadel" of the DARC Distrikt "K", Rheinland-Pfalz, too.
In 2009 I tried to cross the Atlantic as VO1/DM8MM. Two weeks on the east coast of Newfoundland with 750 W and 13 dBD antenna, but no luck.
Photo of my PA project: 3-1000Z for 2m, yes 2m!, first heating :-)
And this is my QTH in JO40AQ, 653 m ASL
Photo December 2011, 11 ele 2m Yagi from Tonna@20 m A.G.L. On the right, part of my 50m lattice tower with a 250 kW windturbine on the top
I am responsible for the 2 m beacon DM0DUB in JO40AQ on 144,436 MHz
I am responsible for the 70 cm beacon DB0AD in JO40AQ on 432,488 MHz
and on 6 m DB0DUB in JO31AC on 50,083 MHz
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