My current system:
My Ham Origins! Thats me, in the Canary Is. at the Ham Radio Operator monument when I was less than a 1 year old, justs a few months after the monument was erected.
The most recent picture of my radio shack.
Mi primera portada en en la revista de URE de enero de 2016 "Radioaficionados"
Bird's View of the Antenna System. Thank you EA4FQX
As of April 9th, the HexBeam is now 40 feet in the air. Time will tell if it was a worthy effort to raise it up that high. It's missing the 40m fixed dipole.
Desde el 9 de abril 2014 la HexBeam está a 12m de altura. El tiempo dirá si mereció la pena el esfuerzo de subirla tan alta. Falta el dipolo rígido de 40.
Just before lift off!
Justo antes de subirla.
View of my town Torrejon de Ardoz, Madrid: You can see Madrid in the horizon. The skyscrappers.
Wider angle view before sunset, I am heading west from aplateauaprox. 3,000 ft above sea level :
HXCC Award Rules - Hexbeam to Hexbeam Century Club Award
(Reproduced here with the permission of W4WB)
OBJECTIVE: The HXCC Award is to recognize the achievement of working at least 100 band-stations that are using a HEX-BEAM type antenna. The 5BHXCC Award recognizes the achievement of working at least 100 stations on each of any bands.
Award: A certificate of achievement will be issued to those qualifying.
a. You are required to submit a list of the contacts that has the following data:
8. 5-Band HXCC (5BHXCC) requires 100 points per band (presently 6, 10, 12, 15, 17, 20, 30, and 40 m bands have HEX-BEAM operation).
Certificate Request: Submit your data to W4WB.
"HEX users cant be SQUARES or ever OBTUSE since HEX-BEAM ops are more ACUTE"
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