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Hi,

My Name is Jean-Pierre. Became a HAM in March 2009. But as you can see at the little picture, i have been active before. hi hi.
My first Call was PD4ZZZ and did exam for F license in september 2009.
My new Call is PA2WO andI like to go around on the HF bands, 40 meters is my favorite band.
I like to make my own Antennas just from simple pieces of wire and hanging it in the Threes.
Made my own Dualband 80/40 meters Dipole as an Inverted V with a 1:1 balun. Toploading coils for 80 meter.Design byKarl Rothammel.

Yeah it works great, even on DX!

 

Antennas I Use:

Inverted V for 20 meterband
Inverted V for 80/40 meterband
DeltaLoop for 10 meters (Vertical Polarization)
VHF/UHF X50 commercial Groundplanefor 2 and 70 cm
Discone for listening above UHF.
RF Systems Longwire with MLB for receiving only.

Antennas I am building:
Vertical for 160 meterband (Helical)

Radios I use:

VHF/UHF Yaesu Ft 7800E for local FM and Kenwood TS 711 E for 2 meter SSB
HF: Kenwood TS 180S and Yaesu FT 990.

HF Radio

HF:Yaesu FT817 nd for portable use. And using it for WSPR.
MW: Philips D2935for listening to those Mediumwave Broadcasting stations with a Longwire from RF Systems.
My WSPR bacon is 24/7 on 30 meterband (10.138700) for Weak Signal Propagation Report.

Hope to catch you on the HF Bands?

73

de PA2WO

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