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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.

 

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Click here for my latest location via GPS.

Dave

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