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Born 1959-04-19
Licence class A since 1977
Contest call SO1D since november 2009
member of ARLHS # 1621 since 2009
skype sp1jpq
email

jerry@sp1jpq.eu

Activity

HF (CW, SSB, Digi), VHF 2 m, UHF 70 cm, Tropo, MS, EME

 

 

   

 

 

   
Near my home in this same locator is one of highest point in my town (about 120 m ASL). This is open, flat terrain free of city QRM, fantastic for VHF activity. For map please see SO1D call.
Home QTH

 

I am enthusiast and collector old Icom IC-202/402/502 trx.In my opinion it is one of the best VHF/UHF equipment in history.

 

   
   

 

 

First tests on 3 cm with 60 cm ofset dish and FT-290R inJO73IH18AV 4X6UJ 10 GHz 1W Transverter
Complete station with Procom 48 cm Dish and FT-290
InJO73HI35SO
   
   

 

 

DB0UM Beacon - heard in JO73hi DB0UM Beacon - heard in JO73ih

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

JO74lb Expedition - 10 October 2010
 

 
144 MHz 432 MHz
   

 

My equipment

  • VLF
    - DATONG VLF Converter 0-500 kHz / 28 MHz
  • HF + 50 MHz
    - Elecraft KX3
    - FlexRadio Flex-1500
    - Yaesu FT-817ND
    - MFJ-949E Antenna Tuner
    - MFJ-971 Antenna tuner
    - HLA 150V - 100W Power Amplifier
  • VHF + UHF
    - Icom 275A
    - BEKO HLV160/25 2 m Power Amplifier
    - Icom AG-25 & AG-35 LNA with SSB Electronics DCW 2004B sequencer
    - HA8ET Rev. 6 2 meters LNA
  • Old Icom collection
    - IC-202E (Serial number 1454) + DAIWA 2035 25 W
    - IC-202S (Serial number 03935)
    - IC-402 (Serial number 02053) + IC-30L 10 W
    - IC-502 (Serial number 00006)
    - IC 215 + IC 20L
  My Icom 202/215/402/502 Collection  
     

Ant:

  • Home
    HF+6 meters
    - Sandpiper MV10 5+3 10-40 meters + WARC
    - Slinky dipole
    VHF
    - 5 el. DK7ZB - 2m
  • Field QTH
    - 9 m telescopic mast
    - 7 el DK7ZB - 2 m
    - 16 el DK7ZB - 70 cm
    HF + 6 meters
    - BUDDIPOLE (best system for portable work and for antenna experiment)

 

  • HF Mobile & Home

Moonraker whip antenna (UK)

  • AMPRO 80 (very low angle, only for long distance)
  • AMPRO 40 (fantastic work in mobile and home)
  • AMPRO 30
  • AMPRO 20 (one of the best mobile monoband antenna)
  • AMPRO 15,
  • AMPRO 17,
  • AMPRO 6 (mobile with this antenna on the open quite hill is better like Yagi in QRMCity) - Try it.

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