aka: "RADIO ANSONIA"
Running on SSB/CW/RTTY
Yaesu VL-1000 solid state linear amplifer
"A pushbutton kilowatt station"
NEXT CONTEST: OFF THE CONTEST CIRCUIT UNTIL CQP (CALIFORNIA QSO PARTY) HAVE A NICE SUMMER !!!
*** NEW Stuff ***
I am now using a home brew, low noise receive antenna for 100 kHz through 10 mHz.
Take a look in the "Antenna Farm" section for details and website address.
W1CTN QSL Policy ... under construction
Tennadyne T10 Log Periodic @ 63' 20-6 meters
40 meter dipole @ 50'
80 meter dipole @ 60'
1/4 wave 160 Meter Inverted L - 70' vertical section w/35 - 100' radials
60 meter 3/4 wave inverted L (actually my 160 L, swr is flat on 60 m)
NEW @ RADIO ANSONIA !
W1AEX RECEIVE LOOP http://www.w1aex.com/loop/loop.html
This 85' loop is a good bi-directional receive antenna for my location. Your mileage may vary.
It does what it is suppose to do. This loop reduces the ambient noise so you can copy a marginal signal on the low bands.
I do not have the room for a beverage. Note that I have not needed to use a preamp with this loop, even when copying non-directional beacons in the 300 kHz band.
Like "Mikey" said in a 1970's TV commercial..."try it, you might like it"
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