My Momobeam Yagis: lower the MB7 10-15-20m, in the middle the MB11 4-6m and on top the MB4 12-17m all fullsize with high gain for each band, these antennas are modelled and builded by Joe IT9HBT from Momobeam, this system is modeled for my specific tower and mast by software simulations, in the real world it works better than theory...!
My shack in the current version.
The antenna setup for 2m and 70cm SSB, Satellites, EME and FM with computer controlled Azimuthal/Elevation Yaesu G-5400B rotator, all projects by DK7ZB builded by SQ9VPA.
II9K Team: (from left) IT9ECQ, IW9FRA, IW9HII, IT9FXY, IT9GNG, IT9HBT, IF9ZWA. Not in picture: IW9GTD & IT9RDZ
DXSpider Cluster IW9FRA-6 UHF Port 435.750MHz 1200bps (on request) - Telnet Port:dxspider.iw9fra.com:7300
Echolink IW9FRA-L Node #101307 IR9UAC RU7 S. Anna (TP) 430.175 MHz +5000
APRS IGATE IW9FRA-10 144.800MHz
APRS Digi IW9FRA-11 serving the Province of Trapani (actually out of order due to TNC2)
WX APRS Station IW9FRA-2 with WM-918 Weather Station (actually out of order due to theft)
Mobile APRS IW9FRA-9 with Byonics TinyTrack
28.322,4 beacon IW9FRA/B 100mW TX also letter V in QRSS3
50.001,2 beacon IW9FRA/B 100mW TX also letter V in QRSS3
144.465 beacon IW9FRA/B 4W TX also letter V in QRSS3 (under development)
Portable FM/SSB Satellite station with Yaesu FT-817 and Maldol Fox 727 Yagi
Mobile All Bands QRP station with Yaesu FT-817 and Proxel PRO X-1R
Country House QRP HF+6m station with Yaesu FT-817 (+ LDG Z-817 QRP Auto Tuner), a multiband New Carolina Windom with vertical radiator by IT9CKA
Portable FM Satellite station with Yaesu FT-60 and telescopic antenna
RTX: Yaesu FT-2000 + SP-2000 + MTU-80/40 + FH-2 - Yaesu FT-847 (+ LDG Z11 Pro Auto Tuner) - Yaesu FT-817 (+ LDG Z-817 QRP Auto Tuner) - Yaesu FT-101ZD (MK1 built december 1979) - Yaesu FT-7800 - Yaesu FT-60 - Yaesu VX-3 - Motorola MC MICRO VHF (1984) and UHF (1985) EVA9 models with DG1YFE's firmware - Kenwood TM-V71e + Byonics TinyTrack3 + GPS Receiver (in mobile) - Icom IC-02E for APRS - Icom IC-U16 for Echolink - Icom IC-W2E for the Echolink transponder - 2 x Realtek RTL2832U E4000 based USB SDR receiver from 64 to 1700MHz (1 for ADS-B RX with VirtualRadar - 1 for monitoring with SDR# or connected to FT-817's IF)
MIC: AKG D77S CCS directly connected to the rear port of the FT-2000 (no more rack!) - Yaesu MD-100 for the FT-847 - Shure 444D for the FT-101ZD
PHONES: AKG K44 Perception
KEY: Bencher RJ-1 vert. - ex DDR K 40 Morsetaste - ex DDR K 64 Morsetaste - Hungarian Military made by Mechlabor Budapest vert. - Hungarian Military Black WW II vert. - Palm Radio Portable Key PPK vert.
QRO:1,8-50MHz Acom 1000 - 144MHz Magnum ME5002 4CX250B
ANT: 20/15/10m Momobeam Yagi MB7 10-15-20 @20m from the ground - 17/12m Momobeam Yagi MB4 12-17 @24m - 4m 6 el. + 6m 5 el. Momobeam Yagi MB11 4-6 @22m - 160/80/40m Vertical G.P. HF3B by IT9ZMX - 80/40m Diamond W-735 Dipole @17m for FT-101ZD - 30m Full Size Dipole @14m - All HF 27m & 9m long slopers with double balun 9:1/4:1 by IW2EN for digital modes - All HF Zeppelin 18m long by IW2EN as second antenna for the FT-2000 - 2m 6 el. Yagi, 70cm 12 el. Yagi by DK7ZB and 4+5 el. vertical polarization dualband Yagi with Azimuthal/Elevation rotator for SSB, EME, Satellites and FM - 6m/2m/70cm Vertical Hoxin MV2000 for monitoring with the RTL2832 - 2m/70cm Vertical Proxel X30 for the MC Micro's - 2m/70Cm Vertical Diamond X30 on top of tower for the FT-7800 - 2m/70Cm Vertical Hoxin MA1500 for the transponder - 2m/70cm Hoxin VU-1510 mag mount for mobile - Maldol Fox 727 2m/70cm Yagi 3+5 el. for FM sats with the FT-817 - HF+6m+2m+70cm Proxel PRO X-1R for mobile operations with the FT-817 - 80-6m New Carolina Windom with vertical radiator in the country house with the FT-817 and the Z-817 Tuner - 2m/70cm Discone Hoxin D130 for the APRS IGate and Echolink Node 144.800 and 431.000 FM - 3x5/8 1090MHz Colinear for SDR RTL2832U ADS-B receiver for VirtualRadar.
73 de Sal IW9FRA !
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