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If you hear my callsign on 14.195 it has nothing to do with me, its that idiot IT9RYH (Nino) that has nothing else to do than calling me and a handfull of other hams. Has anyone forgotten? -that 14.190-14.200 has been used as a dx window, -with 14.195 as a calling freq. for as long as I can remember.


                                                                                                    

Thanks for looking me up ! My vanity call is OT4A

See more details of my station @

http://users.telenet.be/ON4AEK/index.html

or

http://www.4-square.co.uk/eu/on4aek/index.html.

or follow me on

https://twitter.com/Theobemelmans

The M2 KT36XA is the result of many hours spent on perfecting the original KLM KT-34XA through computer optimization confirmed by range and actual on-air tests. Five elements are active on 20 and 15 meters and all six are working on 10 meters! This is the hottest performing tribander on the market! A dual driven element (log cell) creates a rig pleasing, flat match, and broad gain & front to back curves across 10, 15, and 20m. A 3 kW 4:1 balun efficiently matches the antenna to 50 Ohms. All hardware has been upgraded to our machined shorting bars and rugged center element mounts. This is the strongest tribander on the market! We probably could have called it the “KB36XA” cuz it does! (“KB” = Kicks Butt).

The stack of KT36XA's OT4A -ON4AEK wih adjustable spacing (2 elevators on same tower) operationel since July 2012 !

 

Between the stack you see the homebrew 4 el for 40 interlaced with the 5 el for 17 m on the same boom !

 

 

 

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