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I am a Ham since 1978 (technical), and got my A-license in 1981 (CW). I have been designing and building my 2 m equipment eversince myself. Initially the costs of new equipment was the driving force (I was a youngster, hence little money available to buy brand new stuff), but over the years the fun of designing and building my own radio equipment and antennas overtook.

I am a 100% 2 metre enthusiast, and have only rarely been active on HF. 2 metre offers a wide range of terrestrial propagation modes, which makes it a very exciting band at times. Meteor scatter is one of my favorite modes for working new grid squares, but also just for the fun of listening to meteor reflections.

Hope to cu on 2 metre!


Peter, PA3BIY

On special request I produce these 2 m LNAs.



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