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KB5WIA QRP Portable/Mobile/Satellite/EME

My primary mode of operating these days are the VHF/UHF satellites.

For satellite contacts from home, I use twin Yaesu FT-817ND radios with a Yaesu G5500 Az/El rotator steering a 15-element UHF Yagi and a 7-element VHF yagi. The entire system is under control of SatPC32 software for doppler and antenna control

When operating portable, I use the same twin Yaesu FT-817ND radios and an Elk log-periodic antenna, under control of SatPC32 and the netbook computer.

For EME, I use the satellite antennas (2 x 7el VHF, 1 x 15el UHF) with a small power amplifier and JT65B protocol.

For mobile use, I am currently running a Yaesu FT-857D installed in a Toyota Tacoma pickup truck. The mobile antennas are a Yaesu ATAS-120A for HF, and an HO-Loop for 2m SSB, all mounted on the rear truck box.Click the link below for lots more details about the stations.


Click here for lots more photos and station information.

Click here for my latest location via GPS.


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