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Thanks for looking me up,

Tnx for the Qso,

Name is Robert my Qth is Hull, a city in the North East of England.

My interest in radio started in the early 1980s as a Shortwave listener tuning around for the furthest commercial broadcast station possible using a analogue 0-30mhz shortwave receiver and a WRTH handbook.

My favourite broadcasters are Radio Australia - Radio New Zealand - and the VOA to mention a few.

Working conditions are Kenwood TS850SAT and Icom IC756 using a multi-band Ground Plane vertical antenna and 100w transmitter power.

I use Bands 18-21-24-28 Mhz

Also using a RTL-SDR dongle with HF up-converter RX 30khz to 1.7Ghz with HDSDR software ideal for analyzing the radio spectrum.

Goodbye and 73

 

Tnx para el Qso,

El nombre es Roberto mi Qth es Hull, una ciudad en el nor este de Inglaterra.

Mi interes por la radio comenzo en la decada de 1980 como una puesta a punto de escucha de onda corta alrededor de la estacion de radiodifusion comercial mas lejos posible utilizando un analogo 0-30MHz receptor de onda corta y un manual WRTH.

Mis favoritas son las emisoras de radio Australia - Radio Nueva Zelanda - y la VOA para mencionar algunos.

Las condiciones de trabajo son Kenwood Icom IC756 TS850SAT y usando una antena vertical multibanda Plano de suelo y la potencia del transmisor de 100w.

Utilizo Bandas 18-21-24-28 Mhz

Tambien usando un dongle RTL-SDR con HF up-converter 30khz RX a 1,7 GHz con HDSDR software ideal para analizar the radio espectro.

Adios y 73

 
 
 

 

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