YAESU FT-817 for QRP and LF/MF
Icom IC-735 or IC-707 + LDG AT7000 Tuner
mobile: Yaesu FT-7900
portable: Icom ID51E
2x ~20m Dipole, 9-10m over ground, made of 6 x 2x0,6mm isolated Cu-cable with 6,5m Feeder, made of 2.5mm² Cu-loudspeakercable
self made coupler. <= didn´t work well. I use at the moment my LDG AT-7000 Tuner.
Dieses Bild entstand auf dem "Siemens-Hochhaus" in Bremen. Im Hintergrund sieht man das Weser-Stadion, einige Mobilfunk- und Richtfunkantennen und die 2m Antenne von DB0WU http://www-user.uni-bremen.de/~dj1kn/db0wu001.htm
Me, on a cellular phone site in Bremen
Meine aus Alu-Blitzschutzdraht selbstgebaute 2m / 70cm J-Antenne:
self made J-pole antenna for 2m and 70cm
Me, 135m over ground at db0ou:
My offshore-QTH DolWin alpha. It´s a converter platform for transmitting the energy of windfarms in the Northsee via high-voltage-DC link (+/- 320kV) to the german power grid. The locator is JO33fx.
Unfortunately this platform also produces a lot of QRM so the bands below 40m are nearly unuseable because of S9 to S9+20dB noise level. On the top-deck the noise level is much stronger then below the platform.
My antenna is a 18m long wire, hanging below the staircase to 3-4m over seelevel. I´m using my Icom IC-707 transceifer an the LDG AT7000 tuner (in the plastic box) to match the antenna.
DL3IKE/P 10,368GHz Beacon is since 22.09.2016 18:30UTC on air.
Antenna: 10 slot antenna ~ 10dB gain, beaming SE direction
TX: Kuhne MKU10 with ~200mW
Morsecode from Arduino
Locator: JO33fx DolWin alpha platform, ~65m over sealevel
The beacon will probably be until 26.09.2016 on air.
Update: the keying of the beacon has a problem. The beacon sounds like a bird ;-). The problem is under investigation but I´m not sure to solve it here.
Update 11.10.16: did some mods on keying and morse-code. Beacon is on air, probably until 16th. Please QSL if You hear it. TNX!
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