July 8, 2007 : During his stay in LX for the summer VHF contest, Uffe PA5DD offered his converted Storno CQF632 to serve as LX0FOUR beacon on 70.151 MHz - tnx Uffe
July 14, 2007 : Installation of the beacon in Bourscheid JN39AV
July 28, 2007 : PA problems ( burnt components and broken RF transistors)
November 9, 2008 : New beacon built by Francis ON5QRP on air in Bourscheid JN39AV.The new frequency is 70.161 MHz. Output power is 10W. Antenna is still a horizontale dipole - tnx Francis ::
Since May 12th 2010 the 4m-beacon is down due to a major mains power interruption at the site in Bourscheid. We hope to be on again soon. (LX1JX)
June 8th, 2010 : The beacon is back on air !
March 27, 2011 : RF output power low : 0,4W ; beacon switched off for repair
April 8, 2011 : Beacon back on air ; output power : 10W (LX1JX)
October 21, 2013 : LX0FOUR is switched off for maintenance
February 8, 2014 : LX0FOUR is back on air
Jacquot LX1JX, Andre LX1FX, Jean LX1JM in front of the RF racks in Bourscheid
June 8, 2014 : New antenna : a homemade 4m-big-wheel was installed today above the 6m big wheel
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