I’m QRV 3.5MHz to 76GHz, my home station is located at Hindhead, Surrey Hills (IO91OC) my QTH is 820 feet AMSL. I’m a member of South Birmingham Radio Society, RSGB, UK Microwave Group and the Farnham V/UHF Group, my main interests are microwaves and contesting. Unfortunately Leafy Surrey has now become so ‘leafy’ that high microwave band operation is very difficult from my home QTH so most of my microwave operating is portable from a variety of sites in England and Wales these days.
3.5MHz = IC-7100 + CHA-7350H vertical, antenna also used on 7MHz
7 > 30MHz = IC-7100 + H422 rotatable trap dipole
50 & 70MHZ = IC-7100 + 6 element Innov Antenna dual-band yagi
144MHz = IC-7100 + NAG144XL (300W) + 4 element Tonna yagi
432MHz= IC-7100 + 19 element Tonna yagi
1.3GHz = TR-751 + h/b masthead transverter (70W) + 55 element Tonna yagi
2.3GHz = FT817 + h/b masthead transverter (65W) + 40 element WiMo yagi
3.4GHz = FT817 + h/b masthead transverter (30W) + 45 element quad loop yagi
5.7GHz = FT817 + h/b masthead transverter (6W) + 23dBi panel antenna
10GHz = FT817 + h/b masthead transverter (20W) + 0.48m dish
Home station antennas, 144MHz > 10GHz
24GHz = FT817 + h/b dish mounted transverter (3W) + 0.6m dish
47GHz = FT817 + h/b dish mounted transverter (40mW) + 0.3m dish
76GHz Tx = Fixed frequency RDDS controlled, 13mW CW / NBFM + 255mm lens horn antenna
76GHz Rx = FT817 + DB6NT SLNA + h/b transverter + 0.3m dish
134GHz = under contruction!
G8KQW 24, 47 and 76GHz portable system:
73 de Ian
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