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RC7KY Russia flag Russia

alias for: UU5JFP


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                                                    Welcome!!!!!

I have been in amateur radio since 1998, my old call sign UU5JFP.
Very active to 40 meters.
The antenna systems:

160 meters: dipole is directed to north west, strung between the roofs of a nine storey buildings, height 45 meters above ground.
  80 meters: two elements dipole, made on phase scheme, with active power supply. Direction west and east ( reverse ), stretched between nine- floor houses, height 45 meters above ground.
 40 meters: Four elements Yagi, directed to north west, strung between mounted on the roof of a nine storey building- floor houses, height 45 meters above ground.
                   Three elements Yagi, directed to south, and three elements Yagi directed to east,  strung between nine- floor houses, height 45 meters above ground.
And dipole with direction northwest and southeast. This antenna is mounted on the roof of a nine storey building, height 45 meters above ground.
                                                            This antenna system is made only from wire bimetal.

 

  15 meters: Four elements Yagi directed to east, and GP, mounted on roof of the  nine storey building.
  20 meter: GP  mounted on roof of the nine storey building.
  10 meters: GP and delta, mounted on roof of the nine storey building.
    2 meters: Quarter wave GP,  mounted on roof  of the nine storey building.    
  70 centimeters: nine of elements Yagi,  mounted on roof of the  nine storey building.
This antenna system is mounted on the roof  of a nine storey building, a height of 45m above the ground.



This antenna system was built by my father ( call sign UC7K ), my brother ( call sign 4Z5UN ) and I.

Вот тоже самое видео, только на русском языке.


                                                                     
                                                                            This is my first
transceiver CHANNEL-R
                                                                     Это мой первый трансивер КАНАЛ-Р


                                                 
                                                                
CHANNEL-R  in repairing          
                                                                                 КАНАЛ-Р на ремонте

                                                                            


                                                                 Radio times A.S Popov, home collection
                                                                       Радио времён Попова А.С
            


                                  
                                                                              The receivers AR-88 and PTS-47

                                                              Всеми узнаваемые приёмники АР-88 и ПТС-47

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