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--== My Station Setup ==--


Equipment I Use:

 

Icom IC-7600 All mode - 100Watt @ HF/50Mhz........ This is my main radio for HF

Kenwood TS-2000x All mode - 100Watt@ HF/50/144/430Mhz & 10Watt @ 1,2Ghz.. .. .. This is my main radio for VHF/UHF, it's also my backup radio for HF

 

Yaesu FT-817nd All mode - 5Watt @ HF/50/144/430Mhz.............. This tiny fellow is my QRP radio and mainly used for mobile operations

 

Microtelecom Perseus SDR HF Receiver.............. ...........Controlled by Studio-1 Software........ My listening friend smiley

 

 

The Icom IC-7600 & Kenwood TS-2000x Radio's are Software Controlled by HamRadioDeluxe + DM 780 for Digi modes

 


HF Antennas :

Beam : Dual Beam Pro by Pro Antennas suitable for 40 to 10 mtr band ( to be installed very soon !! )

Wire : End Fed 22mtr long suitable for 20 & 40 mtr band, mounted under slope from 12mtr's to 6mtr's high above street level, directed from North-East (highest level) to South-West (lowest level)

Wire : End Fed 16mtr long suitable for 160 to 6 mtr band, mounted under slope from 10mtr's to 5mtr's high above street level, directed from North (highest level) to South (lowest level)

(End Fed wire antenna's are feeded at the highest points)

 

Vhf/Uhf Antennas:

Comtex CT-Y-250 144/430Mhz 8 elements dual band Yagi horizontal mounted 14 mtr high above street level

Diamond X-5000 for 144/430/1200Mhz triple band single fiber vertical mounted 16 mtr above street level

 

Note : Antenna setup pictures will be available asap..


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Not available at this time,..


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So far this brief biography, any questions, suggestions and/or hints are always welcome, pls feel free to contact me: pe1nhh@gmail.com


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