QSL manager for OA4/PA3GFE, OA6/PA3GFE and OA7/PA3GFE, but not for OA4O.
Curaçao. For my QRL I'm in PJ2 from 9 to 25 October 2015. If time permits, I will be QRV as PJ2/PA3GFE, mostly 20m to 10m. QSL via homecall, log will be uploaded to LoTW.
My home-QTH RIGs:
HF: Currently using a quite old FT-77 transceiver running barefoot 100W or FT817 with homemade PA 130W.
VHF 2m: FT-817 5W with 5 ele yagi, only portable /P
I like building my own equipment, especially small QRP transceivers. At the moment I have several homemade TRX, but one is very special to me: my 30m 'Ozon' mintbox QRP transceiver, it measures only 5 x 4,5 cm! Power out is 700mW.
It's a superhet transceiver with VXO running from 10.104-10.111 and 10.114-10.131MHz (2 XTALs). And yes, it's a bit ugly, 85% is SMD parts, fortunately I have a steady hand and still good eyes! Right in the middle is the knob for tuning the band, when touching it, you hear the frequency change due to hand capacitance. However, when not touching the knob, the frequency is as solid as a rock!
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