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Born: 1943

Profession: Optometrist, semi-retired

1974 Member USKA (Union of Swiss Shortwave-Amateurs)

1974 Licensed as HE9OAC

1976 Licensed as HB9MTN

2002 Licensed as 5B4AGV

2002 Member CARS (Cyprus Amateur Radio Society)

Interests: QRP, IOTA, portable operation, remote operation, all kinds of antennas, mainly Magnetic loops, stealth antennas, Buddipole System (http://www.buddipole.com),

 

My recent QSL-Card:

 

QRP:

TenTec Argonaut Line, recently acquired at flea markets.

2011 Argonaut 509 + CW-Filter 208

2013 PA 405

1001 Miles Per Watt achieved with FT-817, 5W an Moxon Rectangle Antenne,

4m above ground, from Buddipole parts

 

Buddipole experiments:

Adjusting the TRSB in a 20m vertical dipole setup with capacitive loads, SIGMA Style -

- improved and field-tested in the Valley of the Sun by Bill, W7ZT

 

My Remote Station:

Left: ALINCO DX-SR8, detachable Front and RemotRig Control-Box, Right: ALINCO DX-SR8, "remaining" rear part of the Radio and RemoteRig Radio-Box, Power Supply and IP-Remote-Switch

 

The front and rear part of the ALINCO DX-SR8 are connected by a short piece of patch cable with RJ-45 connectors on both ends:

Front -- Patch Cable -- Rear for normal operation

Front -- Patch Cable -- RemoteRig Box -- Internet -- RemoteRig Box -- Patch Cable -- Rear for remote operation

An IP-RemoteSwitch allows for switching the power of the transceiver and the RemoteRig Box

 

 

 

 

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