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Last 16 June/Junio 2013, EA2JCT/P in/en Iaru Region 1 50MHz, Working from IN92ET. 9 QSO with Slim Jim 6M band homebrew antenna.

 
 

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Welcome!

I am a young amateur who comes to practice with the CB years ago.
Years ago without radio play, I contacted people in the radio club of my city and they taught me and advised to obtain a license ECO ALFA.
I love this hobby, usually do contacts in HF and 2 meter bands. I love to work in portable operation


Equipment:

  • Yaesu FT-857D installed in my car.
  • Yaesu FT-897D for portable / home operation with homebrew lithium 15 amp battery for high power in portable operation.
  • No HF antenna in my home at this moment
  • Outback D-2010 with original outback base for mobile mag.
  • MFJ single band antennas for 10, 20, 40 and 80 meters in my car.
  • Cuco Team Dipole for 40M band.
  • DDK-20 Windom dipole.
  • Fiberglass mast 11m height for ramdom wire homebrew antennas
  • Buddipole Deluxe for portable operation.
  • Tunners: Yaesu FC-30 and MFJ-945E
  • Slim Jim Antennas (homebrew) for 2M, 6M and 10M Band
  • Solar Pannel 80w plus 44Ah Battery.


If u have any questions tell me to my e-mail, i have an smartphone.

Thanks and 73,
Jesus,
EA2JCT

Hola!

Soy radioaficionado desde hace mucho tiempo pero obtuve la licencia Eco Alfa en el 2009. Todo esto me viene de que me encantaba cacharrear en 27 y siempre me ha gustado la electronica.

Para mis transmisiones dispongo de Un Yaesu FT-857D y un FT-897D con bateria casera de litio de 15 amperios de capacidad con capacidad de transmitir a 60W sin problemas durante bastante tiempo, esto me viene genial para activaciones en portable.

Actualmente no tengo instalada antena de HF en casa asi que opero principalmente en portable y en movil.

En ocasiones uso modos digitales.

Fabrico mis propios interfaces y medidores; en la medida de lo posible y guiado por muchos tutoriales que encuentro por internet. arriba tengo puestos los cacharros que dispongo a mano.

Si quieres preguntarme algo, no dudes en ponerte en contacto conmigo.

Un abrazo!,EA2JCT

Jesus

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