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Hello OM,

Welcome on my site ! From May 23 2011, till May 25 2012, my Novice license call was PD0RW.
I passed the Full License Exam (CEPT F-license T/R 61-01)
on 9 May , 2012

 

Info HAM Radio Station PA7R :

 

Location: ITU Region #1, ITU Zone #27, CQ Zone #14, Grid Locator JO33GA.
DXCC Entity #263, Continent EU, The Netherlands.

European PSK Club Member EPC # 18432
Digital Modes Club Member DMC #4543
30MDG Member Number #6363
Hellenic Phase Shift Keying Club HPC #519

eQSL Only ! Please do not send QSL Cards in respect of the Amateur`s Code of 1928

 

Brief History:
SWL since 1970 with a Blaupunkt Ideal Lido ( Type V 93400 from 1965 ,now RIP ), and in the year 1975 I met PA0WJT and his hobby and thanx to him I have been radioactive from 1976 with small transistor FM transmitters
Experimenting in 1977 with a Siemens PC-100 ( a Rockwell 6502 Kit clone) and BASIC in 4K RAM.
At the age of fourteen I Purchased a new Hycom CB4000 and a Kathrein CityStar in 1980 for 11 Meter (27Mc) and one year later sold everything for a Sinclair ZX81 Computer Kit imported from the UK

In 1995 packet radio (AX25) was hot. Online with F6FBB and 3 TNC`s with WA8DED Hostmode (TF2.7b NORDLINK DAMA Meister) On 27MC my callsign was CB4RWT and HomeBBS=NL3ASN
My transceiver in those days was a President George 40 CH CEPT , which I still own.

Tranceivers with a die-cast front,real heavy knobs and real (as in non-SMD) components have my attention. The build quality of those transceivers are not found in modern amateur radio equipment.

After 25 years or more, they can work just as new when properly adjusted, modified or upgraded. Parts, Service Manuals, and of course the info at groups.yahoo.com are still available, and if repair is needed,this is much easier than SMD equipped sets.

For the Kenwood TS series before 1991 almost all parts can be replaced by substitutes of readily available common equivalent parts, easily obtained, which are not expensive, and often of higher quality than original parts. In most instances for the Kenwood TS series there is no reason to abandon the radio because a part is not available from Kenwood. You can use standard off the shelf modern equivalent capacitors, resistors, ICs and often equivalent (or with better specs) replacement transistors / FET`s. There is a german way of expression of improving the original: Besser als neu!

Because time is precious, I have outsourced some of my repair projects to Leo, PA0LMD, see :http://radioamateurshop.nl/

But time moves on, so I combine for example newer cheap RTL 2832 SDR technology or the FiFi SDR with the old-school down/up conversion technology`with the use of the buffered IF frequency of the transceiver , I think its the best of analog and digital technology together, at this moment. See for some ideas:http://www.rtl-sdr.com/

Running the following SDR software: PowerSDR Si570,SDR#, HDSDR,and the awesome sdr-radio.com software from Simon Brown. For more info about his project,look at:http://sdr-radio.com/
I like to experiment with (newer) digital modes like BPSK, JT65-HF and JT-9 and protocols with low power. Power level most of the time is 20 Watt PEP. If conditions are good, all I need is 5 Watt PEP.
Decoding signals with the following software : SIGMIRA, Sorcerer, Digital Master 7.80, Fldigi, CW Decoder, CWSkimmer, WSJT-X.

Together with the excellent receivers at:http://www.websdr.org/, and especially the receiver at:http://websdr.ewi.utwente.nl:8901who samples the entire HF spectrum at once,its possible to receive and decode multiple signals from multiple frequency ranges, with multiple sessions, on multiple computers. ( 234 sessions are no problem for the websdr server). No need for a Flexradio anymore

 

My (almost) invisible stealth antenna`s

HF:

01) Homebrew Multiband EndFed, with a 2:16 windings = 1:64 transformer and 23 Meter copper/steel (WD-1/TT) longwire for 40M, 80M and 160 Meters, no coils or traps, matched with a MFJ-934 (T-Type) Tuner, 13M asl (above sea level)
02) Homebrew Indoor Magnetic Loop from 2cm aluminium strips,placed in my attic ,4 Meter circumfence mainly used for 20M, 30M and 40M BPSK31, JT-65 HF, JT-9 Digital Modes and a VCI Vectronics VC300M (T-Type) Tuner for finetuning.
03) MFJ 935B,Small, High efficiency Loop Tuner for 3.5-30 Mhz and a magnetic loop from aluminium strips, 2M CU or 4M CU
04) Homebrew Magnetic Loop (2M circumfence) made of an Aluminimum Bicycle Wheel for 10M-12M-15M-17M-20M
05) Dual Travel Loop by PD7MAA 10-80M and a Loop tuner
06) Homebrew Indoor Magnetic Loop from 15mm Copper pipe 4 Meter circumfence , for 20M, 30M and 40M

07) SGC SG-230 Smart Tuner with 30M End Fed antenna for 10M - 160M for field days
08) MFJ 16010 (L-type) Travel Tuner with a Portable Rescue Vessel Vertical 4M long, for 10M-12M-15M-17M-20M

09) Portable MFJ 900 (T-Type) Tuner for 10 - 80M with 30M End Fed or ZS6BKW Multiband Dipole 2 * 14M
10) MFJ 902 (L-Type) Travel Tuner for 10M - 80M and a bunch of Random Wires ;-)
11) MFJ 971 (T-Type) Travel Tuner for 10M - 80M and a DV27S for 10M
12) MFJ 904 (L-Type) Travel Tuner for 10M - 80M with a 1:
9 Unun transformer End Fed , for field days
13) MFJ 941B VersaTuner II for 10m-160M, in use in bypass mode as a SWR/Watt meter

14) AEA Isoloop Magnetic loop, with the IT-1 Autotuner, the IT-1 Coupler and the LC-1 Loop Controller (Modifying, Refurbishing & Aligning)

My visible antenna`s

HF:

1) Homebrew Multiband End Fed Antenna for 10M-40M ,with 10M copper/steel (WD-1/TT) wire on a 12M GFK (glassfiber) mast with the LDG AT-200Pro Autotuner


MFJ-934 Antenna tuner / Artificial ground 10M-160M

Vectronics VC-300M Tuner 10M-160M
MFJ 900 Econotuner ( backup) 10M-80M

 

MFJ 935B Magnetic Loop Tuner 10M-40M
MFJ 16010 Random wire Antenna Tuner, superb for end fed antenna`s 10M-160M

Travelloop Dual Magnetic loop Tuner by PD7MAA 10M-80M

SGC SG-230 Automatic Tuner 10M-160M
MFJ-971 Portable Tuner 10M-80M
MFJ-902 Travel Tuner 10M-80M


 

MFJ-941B Versa Tuner II 10M-160M
LDG AT-200Pro Autotuner 10M-160M

Transformer/ multiband EF picture made by John, PD7MAA

 

Magloop from Alu bicycle wheel and coupling loop, in my living room. With BPSK-31 and 35 Watts contacts in Europe are easily possible (<5000 KM),
because of the vertical polarization. Next picture, a d
etail of the GRC-9 Capacitor. Last picture a closeup with the RF choke. The disconnected wire is for more capacity for 30M-40M

 

AEA Isoloop, plus Autotuner IT-1, Coupler, plus Loop Controller LC-1

VHF / UHF:

01) Homebrew Indoor Dual Band Popovic Dipole antenna for 70CM / 2M
02) Indoor Telescopic Dipole for 2M
03) Homebrew Indoor Popovic Dipole for 4M (2 legs, 1 Meter each)
04) Homebrew Indoor Popovic Dipole for 70CM (2 legs, 50CM each, see picture below)
05) HB9CV Dipole for 70CM by made by EPS Antennas

Dual band Popovic Dipole Antenna for 70CM and 2M
1/4 wave on 2M and 5/8 Wave on 70cm

TRX Equipment:

HF/VHF/UHF:

01) Kenwood TS-940S, yes, with the Automatic Antenna Tuner, with the PIEXX Serial Interface Board / CR 2032 Memory Backup Cell Clip Holder upgrade (0-30 Mhz_AM/FM/USB/LSB/CW, 5-100 Watt) & the Kenwood MC-90 Desktop Mic with a Shure SM58 Mic element
02) Kenwood TS-930S #1, also with the Automatic Antenna Tuner and modified with the PIEXX Digital Board and modified PSU / Air cooling fans, all Kenwood Service Bulletin and W6NL mods, TX DC Solid State Relais (0-30 Mhz_AM/USB/LSB/CW, 5-100 Watt) & Kenwood MC-85 Deskmic
03) Kenwood TS-930S #2, of course with the Automatic Antenna and with the 500Hz CW filter / 2.4 Khz SSB filters (0-30 Mhz_AM/USB/LSB/CW, 5-100 Watt)
04) Kenwood TS-930S #3, again, with the Automatic Antenna Tuner and modified with the PIEXX Digital Board and modified PSU / Air cooling fan with all KB2LJJ Mods plus the 500Hz CW filter / 2.4 Khz SSB filters, TX DC Solid State Relais (0-30 Mhz_AM/USB/LSB/CW, 5-100 Watt) with the 5 pin SBE (Belcom) 100X Desktop Mic
05) Kenwood TS-830S #1 "Gold Edition" with new HV caps, new 6146B PA Tubes,and a new 12BY7A Driver tube, All filters, AT-230 Antenna Tuner & SP-230 Speaker (1.8, 3.5,7,10,14,18,21,24,28,29 Mhz_LSB/USB/CW Wide/CW Narrow, 100 Watt) & FiFi SDR (used as IF 8.83 Mhz Panadapter) & HAM International TW-232S Deskmic
06) Kenwood TS-830S #2 "Gold Edition" with new HV Caps, and with the 455Khz SSB filter, (1.8, 3.5,7,10,14,18,21,24,28,29 Mhz_LSB/USB/CW Wide/CW Narrow, 100 Watt) &
Tigertronics USB SignaLink USB soundcard Radio Interface & Turner +3B Deskmic
07) Kenwood TS-180S #1 with the WARC Kit (3.5,7,10,14,18,21,28,29_Mhz_FSK/LSB/USB/CW 100 Watt) & Kenwood Dynamic Mic or the 4 pin SBE (Belcom) 100X Desktop Mic
08) Kenwood TS-180S #2 (3.5,7,14,21,28,29_Mhz_FSK/LSB/USB/CW 100 Watt) & Kenwood Dynamic Mic
09) Kenwood / Trio TS-130S (3.5,7,10,14,18,21,24,28,29_Mhz_LSB/USB/CW 100 Watt) & Kenwood MC35s Handmic & Homebrew Sound Card interface with optocouplers / Konig dual Serial2USB converter
10) Icom IC-735 Modified, (0-30Mhz, All Mode 10-100 Watt) with the Icom HM-12 Electret Condenser Mic
11) Icom IC-7000,Modified (0-50 Mhz , 140-150 Mhz, 420-440 Mhz All Mode 1-100 Watt on HF) & Astatic D104-M6 Mic
12) Icom IC-M710 MF/HF Marine Transceiver Modified (0-30 Mhz AM/LSB/USB/CW/FSK 20/60/150 Watt PEP & Kenwood MC43S 500ohm) & Konig (Prolific chipset) Serial2USB converter + Icom IC-M710 Control Panel or N3ZH Ham Radio Integrator
13) Kenwood TS-480 SAT (0-50 Mhz All Mode, 5-100 Watt) & Behringer DI-20 DI Box Sound card interface/Homebrew PTT Interface & Acer Aspire 1700 Laptop with Digital Master 780/ FLDigi / MRP40/WSJT-X
14) Yaesu FT-757GX MK1 (0-30 Mhz All Mode, 5-100 Watt) & Yaesu MH-1 Dynamic Mic
15) Yaesu FT-450 AT (0-50 Mhz All Mode, 5-100 Watt) & Turner JM +3 or Behringer Tube Ultragain MIC200 with the Philips ECC83/12AX7A triode tube & Behringer B-5 or B1 Condenser Mic under CAT Control with Ham Radio de Luxe v5.11
16) Yaesu FT-817 (0-50 Mhz , 140-150 Mhz, 420-440 Mhz All Mode QRP 0.5-5 Watt) & Yaesu MH-67A8J DTMF Mic & Tigertronics USB SignaLink USB soundcard Radio Interface and, if conditions are really bad, Connex TX-200 2.5W PEP input / 30W PEP Output HF Amplifier
17) Yaesu FT-897 (0-56 Mhz , 136-160 Mhz, 420-470 Mhz All Mode 5-20 Watt VHF/UHF) & Yaesu MH-31 Mic & CAT Control with HAM Radio de Luxe v5.11
18) Clansman PRC-320 UK (1.6-30 Mhz 5-30 Watt) , AM/USB/CW
19) Emperor TS-5010 (26-30 Mhz All Mode 15W FM / 30 Watt PEP) & Densei EC-2002 Electret Mic,or Turner +3, or Turner +3B, or Turner Expander 400, or Turner Expander 500, or Turner JM +2, or Turner JM +3, or Turner SSK, or Leson TW 232S, or Sadelta Echo Master Plus Classic, Or Sadelta Bravo,or Piezo DX-354, or Piezo DX-358, or Pan international Desktop Mic, or Astatic 878HL,or Pewe MD132D2OA Desktop Mic, or Ham International TW-232DX , or Ham Master 4500, or Ham Master 4200, or Miranda Amplified Mic, or Monacor DM-233, or Monacor ECM-220, or Pan International EBP-2001, or Peiker TM-110, or Leson CH-229,or HyGain Hy-Power Desktop Mic.
20) President Lincoln / Uniden HR-2830 #1 Philippines version (26-30 Mhz All Mode 15W FM / 30 Watt PEP) & Turner +3B Desktop Mic
21) President Lincoln / Uniden HR-2830 #2 Chinese version (26-30 Mhz All Mode 12W FM / 20 Watt PEP) & Peiker TM-110 or Zetagi MB+5 Desktop Mic
22) President Lincoln / Uniden HR-2830 #3 Philippines version (26-30 Mhz All Mode 15 Watt FM / 30 Watt PEP) & Peiker TM-110 Mic
23) President George Multinorm CEPT 40 Channel AM/FM/USB/LSB & Peiker TM-110 Amplified Mic
24) Skiptech TI-4000 40 Channel FM CEPT PR27-NL
25) Magnum 257 V2 (25.615-30 Mhz AM/FM/USB/LSB 15W FM 35 Watt PEP) & Maas Amplified Mic

 

Kenwood TS-940 SAT
PIEXX Digital Serial Interface Board plus Eprom, and a new CR2032 memory backup cell clip holder
Kenwood TS-930 SAT

Kenwood TS-830S #1
Icom IC-7000, its my backup set, in mint condition, together with a 30 Amp Switched Power Supply,and a MFJ 16010 Tuner in a metal suitcase
Kenwood TS-830S #2  with a mint face plate and a repainted cabinet.(real picture, watch the dial lights,they are blue!)

Kenwood TS-480 SAT, in mint condition
Yaesu FT-450-AT, in mint condition

    

Behringer MIC200 tube pre-amplifier
Behringer B-5 condenser mic
Behringer B-1 condenser mic

 

  

Yaesu FT-897 with Full RX/TX, in mint condition (HF/2M/70CM SWL set)
Yaesu FT-757GX MK1, with Full RX/TX. My portable QRO Field set #1, together with a Telecom HV-830NF 25 Amps switched PSU
Icom IC-735 with Full RX/TX,in mint condition (backup set)

Yaesu FT-817 in mint condition. Its my QRP set, 12V max. DC input / 5 Watt HF output, Amateur bands only
Clansman PRC-320UK Military HF set

Trio (Kenwood) TS-130S, my portable Field QRO set #2,with green meter & dial lights, with a new faceplate and repainted cabinet.
together with a HAM PC-30SW switched 30 Amps PSU
Kenwood TS-180S, my HF set in my living room,  fully alligned,with new knobs, and a Nissei PS30 SWII 30 Amps switched PSU

F-PA7R/P Portable Station with the Trio TS-130S,Yaesu FT-817 and the MFJ 904 Travel Tuner, with 10M wire, no counterpoise
Picture of a supersweeper screen PSK31 with DM780 in the evening, digital modes are perfectly suited for a camping site!



Livingroom shack #2:
From top to down: detail picture of the modified Condor 3000 plus basestation, Kenwood TS-180S,TS-830S and the heavy modified TS-930 SAT.
The Condor 3000/ Ascom SE-550 is just like new, with the originial Ascom CTCSS board installed
Next picture is a detail picture of the modified Condor 3000, The Icom M710, Kenwood TS-180S, and the heavy modified TS-930 SAT.
The Deskmike is a amplified SBE (Belcom) . This mic is immune to RF problems

 


Icom M710 MF/HF Marine Transceiver with all ITU channels, programmable from 30Khz till 30Mhz, with a Serial2USB interface, and M710 Control Panel or N3ZH HRI Radio Integrator software.
The modem interface combines a CAT and audio interface together, with only one cable. N3ZH HRI with Digital Master 780, its a fine digital station.

Screenshot of Icom M710 Control Panel

Screenshot of the Radio Control part of Ham Radio Integrator by N3ZH. It is a Java application suite, to control the Icom M710 with CAT

Screenshot of the Main part of Ham Radio Integrator by N3ZH. HRI can also connect to Ham Radio de Luxe/ Digital Master 7.80. HRI passes the CAT commands to Digital Master through TCP/IP.

  

Screenshot of the Free Audio DSP program BR-universal-Filt I use, Left Input signal, right output with DSP. I redirect the audio signal with the Free VB-Audio Virtual Cable. This DSP tool works perfect in Windows7 32Bit

Screenshot of one of the many filter settings in BR-universal-Filt.  In this screenshot the IIR filter is active.

Screenshot of the Free VB-Audio Virtual Control Panel

President Lincoln/ Uniden HR-2830#1 and #3 Philippines version. Its a classic 10m radio, and looks/works just like new. Not bad for a 25 year old rig!
My favourite microphone for this rig is a Turner +3B. Together they produce a beautiful SSB audio signal. The set is also suitable for a 10M low power beacon.

 

Emperor TS-5010, in mint cindition,  it looks a lot like the President Lincoln/ Uniden HR-2830 10M Radio and works just as good
It also has memories, and a battery backup

Magnum 257 (V2 with blue display) Its a President Lincoln clone, but without the SWR bridge

President Lincoln/ Uniden HR-2830#2 Chinese version. The Final in this unit is a 2SC1945, 12 Watts FM,12 Watt AM, 20 Watts SSB

 

 

VHF / UHF Only:

01) Condor 46 + Base Station (Teletron TMC-87) 1-10 Watt for 70CM FM with modified VfOZA software with CTCSS & Peiker TM-168 Amplified Mic
02) Condor 46 + Mobile Station (Teletron TMC-87) 1-10 Watt for 70CM FM with modified VfOZA software & Peiker TM-110 amplified Mic powered by a 7.2 Ah Gel battery
03) Condor 46 (Teletron TMC-87) 1-10 Watt for 70CM FM with modified VfOZA software with CTCSS & Monacor ECM-220 Mic
04) Condor 3000 (Ascom SE-550 / Efcyvox M-3000) with full keyboard,  1-15 Watt for 70CM FM with PA4DEN software  & Peiker TM-110 Amplified Mic

05) Condor 3000 (Ascom SE-550 / Efcyvox M-3000) with simple keyboard,  1-15 Watt for 70CM FM with PA4DEN software  & Peiker TM-110 Amplified Mic
06) Condor 3000 (Ascom SE-550 / Efcyvox M-3000) with full keyboard,  1-15 Watt for 70CM FM with PA4DEN software with CTCSS & Peiker TM-110 Amplified Mic

07) Condor 4000 (Ascom SE-550 + Base Station)  with full keyboard, 1-15 Watt for 70CM FM with PA4DEN software with CTCSS & Piezo DX-358 Deskmic or Miranda pre-amplified Mic
08) Condor 3000 (Ascom SE-550 / Efcyvox M-3000) with full keyboard, 1-15 Watt for 2M FM with PA4DEN software with CTCSS & Peiker TM-110 Amplified Mic
09) Teletron TMC-84 1-10 Watt for 80Mhz FM (PLL is locking between 69-88 Mhz, but the unit is only sensitive from 74-88 Mhz) with modified VfOZA software & Peiker TM-110 Amplified Mic
10) Condor 16 (Teletron TMC-82) 1-10 Watt for 2 FM Meter with VfOZA software & PAN EPB 2001 Monacor ECM-220 Mic
11) Condor Standard (Ascom SE-540) 10 Watt for 2 Meter FM with 72 Channels & Peiker TM-110 Amplified Mic
12) Pye / Philips MX-294 15 Watt modified for 144.500 - 145.800 Mhz FM (12.5 Khz steps)
13) Alinco DJ-S41C Modified for 400-470 Mhz 50 mWatt - 340 mWatt FM
14) Yaesu VX-7R Porto plus Yaesu CMP460A Mic 0.5-5 Watt, Modified for 40 Mhz, 6M, 4M, 2M, and 70CM AM/FM/WFM
15) Yaesu FT-530 Porto 0.5-5 Watt for 2M / 70CM AM/FM/WFM
16) Standard C-558 Porto 1-5 Watt for 2M / 70CM AM/FM/WFM
17) Standard C-628 Porto 1-5 Watt for 70CM / 23CM AM/FM/WFM

18) Ascom SE-550 with full keyboard, 1-15 Watt for 4M FM with PA4DEN  software & Peiker TM-110 Amplified  Mic
19) Ascom SE-550, with full keyboard,1-15 Watt for 4M FM with UK PA4DEN / RATS V3 software & Peiker TM-110 Amplified Mic
20) Ascom SE-550, with full keyboard,1-15 Watt for 4M FM with UK PA4DEN / RATS V3 software & Ascom Mic
21) Bosch KF-161 5 Watt for APRS 144.800 Mhz FM with KF-161 APRS tracker v.011
22) SEM 35 1 Watt 26-70 Mhz WFM with mounting + 27,3V 700W switched PSU (Ericsson) 25 amps
23) SEM 35 1 Watt 26-70 Mhz WFM with portable whip antenna + 12 NIMH-D Cell (total 14.4V)
24) SEM 25 1-15 Watt 26-70 Mhz WFM + 27,3V 700W switched PSU (Ericsson) 25 amps
25) Motorola GM-900 VHF 25 Watt 144.800 Mhz FM
26) Alinco DR-590E (130-170 Mhz 400-460 Mhz) 45/35Watt with DTMF Mic

 

Condor 16 / Condor 46
Condor 3000 / Ascom SE-550

Ascom SE-550 UK Version by night

Teletron TMC-84
SEM 35

SEM 25
Condor 46 (Teletron TMC-87) Mobile station 70CM with a 7.2 Ah Gel Battery, currently tuned on Coversity Network 430.275 Mhz , see http://www.coversity.nl

Alinco DR-590E, with the DTMF mic ( not in this picture)

 

RX Equipment:

HF / VHF / UHF

01) FiFi SDR 100 Khz - 30 Mhz + PreSelector + SDR-Radio.com / HDSDR / Benito Software + Acer Aspire 1700 Laptop
02) RTL 2832 R820T Dongle 24 Mhz - 1.7 GHz & SDR# or HDSDR
03) RTL 2832 E4000 Dongle 52 Mhz - 2.2 GHz_ (with GAP) + upconverter 100 Mhz & SDR# or HDSDR
04) RTL 2832 FC0013 Dongle 22 Mhz - 1.3 GHz with SDR#
05) Tecsun PL-660_Receiver 100 Khz - 30 Mhz_AM/WFM/SSB Plus Airband
06) Degen DE-1103_Receiver 10 Khz (!) - 30 Mhz_AM/WFM/SSB
07) Yupiteru MVT-7100 Multi Band Receiver 530 Khz - 1,65 Ghz_AM/FM/WFM/SSB
08) Yupiteru MVT-7000 Multi Band Receiver 8 Mhz - 1300 Mhz_AM/FM/WFM
09) Realistic PRO 2005 Scanner 25 - 550 MHz & 760 - 1300 MHz_AM/FM/WFM
10) Realistic PRO 2006 #1 Scanner 25 - 550 MHz & 760 - 1300 MHz_AM/FM/WFM
11) Realistic PRO 2006 #2 Scanner 25 - 550 MHz & 760 - 1300 MHz_AM/FM/WFM
12) Realistic PRO 2042 Scanner 25 - 550 mHz & 760-1300 MHz_AM/FM/WFM
13) Uniden GRE PSR-225 Scanner 25 - 550 MHz & 760 - 1300 MHz_AM/FM/WFM
14) Handic 0020 Scanner 68 - 88 / 108 - 136 / 138 - 174 / 380 - 470 MHz_AM/FM/WFM
15) Sony SW-7600GR_Receiver 150 Khz - 30 Mhz_AM/WFM/SSB
16) Degen DE-1106_Receiver 150 Khz - 30 Mhz & 108 - 140 Mhz_AM/FM/WFM/SSB/ Plus AM Airband
17) Sangean ATS-505_Receiver 150 Khz - 30 Mhz_AM/WFM/SSB
18) Sangean ATS-909_Receiver 150 Khz - 30 Mhz_AM/WFM/SSB
19) Sony ICF-2001_Receiver 150 Khz - 30 Mhz_AM/WFM/SSB
20) Philips D-2935_Receiver 150 Khz - 30 Mhz_AM/WFM/SSB
21) Siemens RK-641_Receiver 150 Khz - 30 Mhz_AM/WFM/SSB
22) Siemens RK-651_Receiver 150 Khz - 30 Mhz_AM/WFM/SSB
23) Sony ICF-SW7600G_Receiver 150 Khz - 30 Mhz_AM/WFM/SSB
24) Sony ICF-SW7600_Receiver 150 Khz - 30 Mhz_AM/WFM/SSB
25) Grundig Yacht Boy 400_Receiver 150 Khz - 30 Mhz_AM/WFM/SSB
26) Supertech SR-16HN / Sangean ATS 803A_Receiver 150 Khz - 30 Mhz_AM/WFM/SSB
27) Tecsun PL-600_Receiver 150 Khz - 30 Mhz_AM/WFM/SSB
28) Sony ICF-2001D / Sony ICF 2010_Receiver 150 Khz - 30 Mhz & 108 - 140 Mhz_AM/WFM/SSB
29) Sony ICF-SW30 SW AM/FM World Band Receiver
30) Sony ICF-SW33 SW AM/FM World Band Receiver
31) Sony ICF-SW35 SW AM/FM World Band Receiver
32) Sony ICF-SW40 SW AM/FM World Band Receiver
33) Sony ICF-7600DA / ICF-7700 SW AM/FM World Band Receiver
34) Telefunken Bandola 201 (1969) AM/FM
35) Philips Colette Automatic P5D54T (1960) AM/FM World Band Receiver
36) Sony ICF-7600A SW AM/FM World Band Receiver
37) Sony ICF-7601 SW AM/FMWorld Band Receiver
38) Grundig Yacht Boy 217 SW
AM/FM World Band Receiver
39) Grundig Yacht Boy 220 SW AM/FM World Band Receive
40) Grundig Yacht Boy 80 WR 5408 SW AM/FM World Band Receiver
41) Grundig Yacht Boy 206 SW AM/FM World Band Receiver
42) Philips AE 3625 SW AM/FM World Band Receiver
43) Medion E66163 SW AM/FM World Band Receiver
44) Sanyo M 9930 LU Spatial Stereo FM/MW/LW/SW Receiver
45) Audio Sonic TBS-8900 / Conion CRC-H58F Spatial Stereo FM/MW/LW/SW Receiver

 

Fifi SDR + Pre-Selector
2 Screenshots from http://www.sdr-radio.com/
SDR# on FM Radio with the RTL2832 FC0013 Dongle

Sample of HDSDR with FiFi SDR

Tecsun PL-660
Degen DE-1103
Yupiteru MVT-7100

 

VHF/UHF DRM / DAB / DAB+/ DVB-T Digital Receivers:

01) Morphy Richards 27024 AM/FM/DRM/DAB Radio
02) Hauppauge WinTV DVB-T Aero with WinTV 7 Free-to-Air VHF/UHF Receiver
03) Velleman DVB-T 47-860 Mhz Free-to-Air VHF/UHF Receiver
04) FitiPower RTL2832 FC0013 + SDR-J (DABStick-64 for DAB/DAB+)

 

Morphy Richards 27024 AM/FM/DRM/DAB Radio
Velleman DVB-T Free-to-Air VHF/UHF receiver

VHF / UHF Analog Color TV Receivers:

01) Supertech AC / DC Color TV VHF/UHF
02) Casio EV-500 Pocket TFT Color TV VHF/UHF
03) Hauppauge WinTV USB model 40202 + WinTV2000 for WinXP /Windows 7 (47-840Mhz)

 

Casio VHF/UHF EV-500 Pocket TV

 

AM/FM Receivers:

01) Luxman R-1040 Silver/ Rosewood version
Bouwers & Wilkins DM4 3-way BassReflex speakers
02) Philips 22AH794 Tuner / Amplifier
Bouwers & Wilkins 200 Series BassReflex speakers
03) Sony SRT-DE685 Surround Receiver 5.1
Homebrew Bassbox + 2 satellites + Sonobull Centerspeaker

 



Luxman R1040 Silver / Rosewood
Philips 22AH794
Sony SRT DE685

Audio Amplifiers:

01) PASO PA Amplifier 20 Watt
02) 3 Watt external Amp

 

The Amateur's Code:
 
The Radio Amateur is:
 
Considerate. never knowingly operates in such a way as to lessen the pleasure of others.
Loyal. offers loyalty, encouragement and support to other amateurs, local clubs, and his or her national radio amateur association.
Progressive. with knowledge abreast of science, a well-built and efficient station and operation above reproach.
Friendly. slow and patient operating when requested; friendly advice and counsel to the beginner; kindly assistance, cooperation and consideration for the interest of others. These are the hallmarks of the amateur spirit.
Balanced. radio is an avocation, never interfering with duties owed to family, job, school, or community.
Patriotic. station and skill always ready for service to country and community.
 
Written by Paul M.Segal, W9EEA, in 1928.

 

 

 

 

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