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ARRL and ARI member

I'm active on SSB ham satellites

!00 Watts and a Wire, member ID: 2178


Now active on 1,2 Ghz SSB mode

qrv on 1296,200 Mhz

set up:

IF 144 Mhz yaesu ft 817, transverter lz5hp powr output 2,5 W, antenna 28 elements yagi



1984-2014, 30 years on air !!!


Satellite setup

VHF rtx yaesu FT817D plus MRF245 50W output, ANTENNA home made 2x4 crossed yagis (DK7ZB designe), GasFet preamplifier

UHF rtx yaesu FT897D 20W output. ANTENNA home made 2x6 crossed yagis(DK7ZB designe), GasFet preamplifier and Diplexer as band pass filter for desense see also http://www.amsat.org/amsat-new/articles/Mode-J/ and http://hamradio.selfip.com/i6ibe/duplexer/duplexer.htm

I use SatPC32 software for tracking and frequency control http://store.amsat.org/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=2&products_id=50


HF setup

100 Watts and a wire

one of the radio below, ldg z11 pro and wire antennas.

my radios










below my home made wire antenna...

using this antenna and 100W I have phone QSO with North and South America, India, Japan ecc...

Low profile, chepest and high performance, just a wire and work on HF bands.

Low profile, inexepensive, multiband HF (10 to 40 m.) home made wire antenna; feed line 8 m. 450 ohm ladder line, balun 4:1 and ldg z11pro tuner.


My home made crossed yagi antennas for satellite activities


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