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Velkommen-Bemvindos- Bienvenida- Benvenuti- Welcome-             

 

 

 

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 my transmit power is no more than 100 watts,Antennas are  a multi-band vertical and a experimental home brew Log periodic monopole array and image ground plane elements beaming south west only as i live in a antenna restricted area.

I use frequencies 18-21-24-28 Mhz.

Also using a $10  RTL DVB-TV tuner dongle with a HF up-converter RX 100khz to 1.8Ghz with HDSDR software ideal for analyzing the radio spectrum and searching for DX.

 

My RTL2832U SDR with XHSI 2.0 Beta 7 for Real-time Navigation Display and Primary Flight Display for any aircraft detected on radar,my coverage is about 250 miles in all directions depending on terrain and line of sight.

 

ADSBscope with RTL1090 software.

 

 

HDSDR with a RTL-SDR dongle and up-converter. 100khz to 1.9Ghz with no gaps.

 

  Goodbye and 73 

 
 
 

 

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