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Thanks for visiting me on QRZ.COM. I hope you are here because we just had a nice QSO, if not maybe one day we will.

QSL info: 
LoTW, QRZ.com logbook or card. For a card please QSL to my manager:
 IZ8CLM


When preparing for the expedition to S79V in 2016 me and Keli TF8KY built an online log system.
We got a little attention from other groups going on expeditions and decided to make something out of it.

The result is the QSO Director. Read more about it here

 

A65DC radio room as of 1 July 2017, I am sure you can identify most things on the picture. I am normally using the TS590 together with the AL82 for HF.

I used to have good antennas for AMSAT work, but they are all down for now. 
The Icom 910H is at the moment only for 2m repeater work. When time permits I will try to again become active on AMSAT.

 

 

Antennas (when they are all up).

The Home-brew Moxon can be lowered and raised with a push of a button from operating possition. I can also monitor the travel up and down on a small monitor.

The vertical for the lower bands can be tilted and will lay flat on my balcony while not in use.
At the base of the vertical I have a big Hi-Q Screwdriver, this together with elevated radials for 40, 60 and 80m makes it an ok compromize. As a bonus I can also tune 160m.

The Moxon is sitting on top of this home made mast, some construction pictures below. 

 

 

Some construction pictures of my radio shelves below:

Above my old mast and my MA5B antenna, the MA5B served me well, it was small and easy to deal with but it was not happy with the AL-82. Traps melting and all kinds of problems...

 

I really enjoy my mobile setup with a Kenwood TS-480 and a Tarheel II antenna. 
If you had a QSO with A65DC-MOBILE, I would like to send a special thank you to you. 

Out playing in the sand with my 2 element 10 or 15m yagi. Strapped to the car is the mast (pool cleaning shaft), lots of fun.

 

Sometimes you can hear me as SA6MIW when I am in Europe. Usually operating from a hotel room in center of Stockholm once per month.


The soldering iron is always hot, and there is always some new project ongoing in the workshop.

 

Please QSL via IZ8CLM

 

 

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Emirates Amateur Radio Society

 

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Grid Squared Award#8215
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Granted: 2015-03-26 15:35:03   (A65DC)

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