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I am a proud owner of some vintage hf radio's !

Vintage side of the shack:

Drake R-4C   T-4XC  with DDS-4 digital vfo   Drake  MS-4  MN 2000

Kenwood  TS 830 S and VFO

Yaesu FT 102  FC 102 SP 102

Main station : Ten Tec ORION (complete line)

Some of the maesurement equipment :

Fluke PM3392A 4 ch 200Mhz digital scoop

Fluke PM6680B programmable timer/counter

Philips PM 6303 RLC meter

Philips PM 5193 programmable synthesizer/function generator

and some others.....


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.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


Night vision of the stack ,see the homebrew 4 el for 40m interlaced with the 5 el for 17 m on the same boom

If you look carefully you can see the 3 el wire beam for 30 m between.








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