May 2013: After a few months training I've just started with my first CW QSOs. please be patient with me.
I prefer VHF & higher bands for their challenges and room for learning vs. just buying a bigger amp to be competitive on hf.
Other branches of interest:
- utility monitoring
ARI Associazione Radioamatori Italiani
RSGB Radio Society of Great Britain
HF FT950 into a small rotary dipole matched at feed point by a remote MFJ tuner - 40/80 morgain
50 MHz: 4 el. yagi 50/70 MHz dual band Innovantennas
70 MHz: 4 el. yagi 50/70 MHz dual band Innovantennas - Spectrum Communications transverter always QRP as the band has been allowed under very restrictive rules and on a temporary base in italy
144 MHz: 5 el. LFA Innovantennas yagi - Icom 910H 100w
432 MHz: 10 el. LFA innovantennas yagi - Icom 910H 75w
10 GHz: DB6NT mk2 transverter, 40cm offset, 200mW
IZ0MJE/0 from "Tusculum" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tusculum loc. JN61IT.Typical setup: FT817, 5w, into a full wave loop on 6mt or 5 el. yagi beam on 2m
IF9/IZ0MJE 18-22 May 2012 from Favignana Is. IOTA EU-054 JM67DW, ft817 5w into an Outback 2000 loaded mobile whip.
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