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AMATEUR RADIO STATION N6JET

First licensed as a Novice in 1979 as KA6GPO and within a few months I upgraded to Technician. In 1983, with an upgrade to General, a request was made for a new
systematic call sign and N6JET was assigned. The next upgrade was to Advanced class in 1983 and to Extra in 1994.

HOME STATION

The home station is located in San Jose, California (CM97cg).

Equipment
AnyTone: AT-558A
Connect Systems: CS-800
Icom: IC-7100, ID-5100A, ID-880H, IC-2730A and a IC-2300H
Yaesu: FTM-100DR, Wires-X Modem

For the digital modes:
DVAP/RaspberryPi3
DVMega/BlueDV
DV4Mini/RaspberryPi3
SharkRF OpenSpot
SignaLink USB

Antennas
Par Electronics HF Rectangles for 14, 21 and 28 MHz
Par Electronics Omni-angle for 50 MHz
M2 HO-Loops for 144 and 432 MHz
Arrow Antenna ground planes for 52, 146/440 and 223 MHz.

Rooftop antennas are prohibited where I live, therefore all antennas are installed in the attic of my townhouse.

CAPABILITIES

14 MHz 21 MHz 28 MHz 50 MHz 52 MHz 144 MHz 146 MHz 223 MHz 432 MHz 440 MHz 440 MHz
HF Rectangle HF Rectangle HF Rectangle HO Loop Ground Plane HO Loop Ground Plane Ground Plane HO Loop Ground Plane Helical
30 watts PSK & RTTY
100 watts SSB
30 watts PSK & RTTY
100 watts SSB
30 watts PSK & RTTY
100 watts FM & SSB
30 watts JT65, MSK144, & PSK
100 watts SSB
100 watts FM 50 watts JT65, MSK144, PSK &SSB 50 watts FM
5 watts N6JET-ND Wires-X Mode
50 watts FM 35 watts SSB 50 watts FM 10 mW Digital

ROVER STATION


Operated from grid squares CM86, CM96, CM88, CM98, CM87 but primarily my home grid CM97 during the annual VHF/UHF contests. Category operated Contest participation - list

Equipment

Kenwood: TS-2000X, TK-981
Downeast Microwave Transverters for 902, 2304 and 3456 MHz

All radio equipment is arranged in a "Go-Box" configuration and is powered by a marine battery with solar panel or generator charger. Antennas are small and compact and can be setup or taken down in less than 15 minutes.

CAPABILITIES

50 MHz SSB 52 MHz FM 144 MHz SSB 146 MHz FM 222 MHz SSB 223 MHz FM 432 MHz SSB 446 MHz FM 902 MHz SSB 927 MHz FM 1296 MHz SSB 1294 MHz FM 2304 MHz SSB 3456 MHz SSB
M2 HO Loop Base loaded
1/4 wave
M2 stacked
HO loops
Base loaded
5/8 wave
M2 stacked
HO loops
Colinear vertical 11 element Yagi Colinear vertical 14 element
(horizontal) Yagi
14 element
(vertical) Yagi
14 element
(horizontal) loop Yagi
14 element
(vertical) loop Yagi
21 element
(horizontal) loop Yagi
45 element
(horizontal) loop Yagi
 
6.3 dBi Unity 10 dBi 3 dBi 10.2 dBi 5.2 dBi 13.2 dBi 5 dBi 14 dBi 14 dBi 15 dBi 15 dBi 17.5 dBi 20 dBi
100 watts 100 watts 100 watts 100 watts 50 watts 50 watts 50 watts 50 watts 9 watts 15 watts 10 watts 10 watts 1 watts 1 watts

MOBILE STATION

Equipment
AnyTone: AT-558A
Connect Systems: CS-800
Icom: ID-880H
Yaesu: FTM-100DR
DVMega/Blue DV

Antennas are quarter waves.

PORTABLE STATION

Equipment

Icom IC-7100
LDG IT-100
SignaLink USB

All radio equipment is arranged in a "Go-Box" configuration.

Antennas

Palomar Engineers Bullet End Fed Antenna for 10 thru 40 meters and an Arrow dual band J-pole for 146/440 MHz.
Hustler top loaded verticals for 14, 21 and 28 MHz
Hustler rotatable dipole (two HQ-27s) for 28 MHz
Arrow 146/440 MHz dual band J-pole
MFJ-1919 Antenna Tripod
MFJ-1910 Telescopic Portable Mast

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