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I am a theoretical and applied physicist, artist, inventor and entrepreneur originally from London, UK. I reside in Brooklyn, NY and in London. This is my second round for being involved in amateur radio; in the UK as a young lad (in the '50s & '60s), I was G3GSD and drifted away from ham radio when I entered university and discovered byrds(girls). ;-)
My new super bright AC-LED chipconnects directly across the AC mains. Either 120 or 240 VAC. 18 watts give the brillance of a 100W incandescent. To be a direct replacement for the incandescent or the toxic CFLs.
Ttile: Photon Ejection
Where there's smoke, there's fire!
It's all about the Benjamins!
Mother HenCockney Slang for Ten GBP.
Brooklyn QSL Card
The Sistine Connexion
It's my football team favThe Pride of The East End.
The power of bi-location.
Back in London. On Florida Street, Bethnal Green, East London June 2008.
A piece I did titled: "Radio Wave." 36"x36" acrylic on canvas.
My high tech company, DEAK Energies, Inc., based in the Red Hook Section of Brooklyn, NY has developed several of my inventions for worldwide marketing.
Operational bands: 10, 12, 17, 20, 40, or 75/80 metres.
My boat "anchor" fleet consisting of:
National NC300 rcvr. Viking Invader 200 W xmtr. Hallicrafters SX-96 rcvr. Collins 75A-2 rcvr. Collins 32s-1 xmtr. Heath DX-100 AM xmtr. Collins 75A-1 rcvr.
In addition: A complete Collins S station: 32S-3 transmitter and a 30L-1 1 KW linear amplifier, 75S-3B receiver, the matching wattmeter and speaker system. I use an MFJ 1500 Watt Intellituner for the Collins into the Hygain "PATRIOT" vertical antenna.
Einstein the II1st. Mate
Antennas: 2 80 metre dipoles. A Tri-band 20, 15, & 10 meter Cobb Web Antenna. A dual band 40, 80 metre Cobb Web antenna. To learn more about the Cobb Web antenna design go to: http:?//www.g3tpw.co.uk VERTICAL ANTENNAHygain "Patriot" 40, 20, 17, 12, 10, 6, & 2 Metres. 90 feet above sea level. I also now have a 75 metre dipole on my roof at about 80 feet above sealevel. I keep the antennas tuned on all bands via an MFJ Intellituner. I am on the 4th floor of my R&D lab in South Brooklyn, NY on the waterfront overlooking the Statue of Liberty. I use an MFJ Artificial Ground with a long wire counterpoise running about 60 feet on the floor under my lab bench array. I manage to keep my SWR down to 1:1 to 1:1.5 and the antennas are on my 20' ceiling, which is the roof top of the building. Ergo, the antennas are really about 80 feet ABOVE SEA LEVEL.
My ham station co-operator in the above photo is my deceased Bichon Frieze dog named "EINSTEIN the II."
My latest addition to my equipment is a Yaesu FT-897D transceiver and a Buddie Pole portable dipole. The 897 is used as my mobile transceiver with a hamstickI still get great DX.
As I travel throughout the EU several times a year, I always take my FT-897D with me for portable/mobile work.
All the best and 73, and I sincerely thank all the amateurs that make contact with me.
David W2PHD email@example.com
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