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                        Hi all friends hams !

Greetings from the beautiful region of Vincenz Priessnitze known for its hydrotherapy treatment and stay in the mountains smiley  (northeastern part of the Czech Republic)                                        dx watch   

 

 
 

I live in this nice place in Jeseníky mountains and would like to make radio contact with the world...

 

                                                  ! ATTENTION - actual situation !

From October 10, 2017, the dipole antenna - inverted V (for 80, 40 and 20 meters) at 15 meters and a vertical antenna for the 15 - 10 meter band at a height of 16 meters above ground.

 

 

This is my great Yaesu FT-920 HF + 6 meter transceiver :-)

+  HEIL PR 781 microphone

 

 

 

                    !  I have only max. 100 watts (QRP ???) of power, no amplifier !    

                                                                       (     K W     )       

   

To rotate the antenna using RC5-3 Rotator Create.

 

!!!! Please do not send QSL cards !!!!

   

In the band 2 m and 70 cm listen to the frequencies 145.650 MHz (repeater OK0D) - 145.700 MHz (repeater OK0C) - 145.775 (repeater 0K0F) - 439.350 (repeater OK0X).

Maximum power of 50 watts for VHF - Kenwood TM-251e

 

and 2,5 watts UHF Icom IC-W32e

On HAM tower is also a weather station (in my QTH) for the current date, click here:

 (the actual meteorological data click on the picture)

                                               

More on my website:

 

 

some QSO :

 

 

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History - revious HAM equipment :

 

From 1 November 2016 to October 10, 2017 , only inverted V antenna (80, 40 and 20 meters) with the center of the dipole at a height of 20 meters - in exchange for directional antennas HB9CV and rotary dipole. I will be testing over the winter ...

 

From 27 October 2015 to 1 November 2016 , the antennas are moved HB9CV a new antenna tower. HB9CV for 21 and 28 MHz is about 14.5 meters above the ground, inverted V antenna for 3.5 and 7 MHz is about 13.5 meters high. Antenna for 145 MHz and 430 MHz is back above the roof of the house - about 9.2 meters high. On December 22 2015, I added to the dipole antenna mast for the 14 MHz band, which is at an altitude of about 16 meters above the ground:

 

In October 18, 2014 I installed the antenna HB9CV for 21 and 28 MHz (dual-band) ! The antenna is at a height of 10 meters above the ground and about 2.5 meters above the roof of the house - to 27.10. 2015

 

My vertical antenna 10 - 20 meters - is 11 meters above the ground - to 18.10. 2014

           

                                 

 

photo 27.10.2015 :

(view to southeast)

 

 

(view to the northwest)

 

!!!! Please do not send QSL cards !!!!

 

So

    I wish you

                 all the best

                                and to be heard !

 

 

!!!! Please do not send QSL cards !!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

http://www.dxwatch.com/

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

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The site is under construction.

 

 

 

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