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Oktober 2015: Pantelleria DX-pedition IH9/PE1ITR locator: JM66AT

QRV from 19/10 - 23/10. 50MHz (IH9/PE1ITR) and 144MHz (IH9/PE1BTV) Meteorscatter. QSL direct or bureau via PE1ITR

QSL's 50MHz are send on 8-2-2016. 6m log  : http://pe1itr.com/pantelleria/VQLogWK.htm

Pictures: http://pe1itr.com/pantelleria/

We were voted for Second best VHF Meteorscatter Expedition of 2015.

Dutch amateur radio station PE1ITR

When I was 13 years old (1978) I started building transmitters. Since 1981 licensed. First as PD0LJX with 6 fm channels on the 2m band. One year later with the callsign PE1ITR. Now active on the 50, 70, 144, 432, 1296, 2320, 3400 and 10368MHz Bands.Main interest is vhf-uhf weak signal, Sporadic E propagation, meteor scatter (FSK441, JT6M ISCAT..), moonbounce (CW or JT65), satellites, and contesting.


  • 21MHz: 400w + 4el Yagi. Only qrv in contest
  • 28MHz: 4el yagi. Only qrv in contest.
  • 50MHz: 120w + 5el Yagi 6meter agl. (In contest 2x5el DK7ZB 22m AGL and 2x6el LFA 22m AGL)
  • 70MHz: 50w 5el DK7ZB Yagi 6meter agl. (In contest 2x7el LFA yagi)
  • 144MHz: 400W + HA8ET preamp + 2x10el Yagi hor. stacked 10m AGL. /m APRS 144.800 PE1ITR-9
  • 432MHz: 400W + 0.34db preamp + 4x16el Yagi 10mAGL
  • 1296MHz: 10W + MGF1502 preamp + 26el Yagi
  • 2320MHz: 35W + 0.4db preamp + 67el SHF Yagi
  • 3400MHz: 50w + 0.6db preamp + 60cm dish ( 1,9m dish + RA3AQ Feed under construction for EME operation)
  • 10368MHz: 8w 45cm dish

VHF-UHF from Home Location. Microwave station only active from Contest Location.

Propagation info:


I like APRS:

  • QRV from the car as PE1ITR-9 on 144.800MHz. Or sometimes 430.5125MHz. All 1200bd packet.
  • PE1ITR-12 70cm Digipeater on 430.5125MHz. This transmitter is also connected to PE1ITR-6 Es alert system transmitting POCSAG Pager messages on 439.9875MHz.
  • Also qrv mobile with FT8900R and Diamond HF-10FX antenna. APRS 29.250MHz PE1ITR-10
  • PE1ITR-4 Qrv with 300bd Robust Packet on 30m (USB dail 10.147.30MHz).


Other callsigns I am active with: PD0LJX, PE1ITR, PE1ITR/OE, DC/PE1ITR, SM/PE1ITR, LA/PE1ITR, LX/PE1ITR/P, PC06M (50MHz), PA6TT (50MHz juni and juli contest), PE6SBW (JOTA and PACC), PI9CAM, PI4TUE, IG9Y, IH9/PE1ITR.

I am supporting the PC5M (JO21OJ) Contest Station in the 144MHz CW Marconi Memorial Contest in november and the CQWW 160m CW Contest in januari. I also a member of the PC5T Contest Team participating in the IARU 144MHz Contest in september from Texel Island (JO23KE). Occasionally operator at PI4GN and PA6NL on UHF.

More info on my website: www.pe1itr.com. Skeds are welcome!

73 Rob

6m 2x6el LFA in contest

4m 2x7el LFA in contest

2m with 9el DK7ZB yagi from Lampedusa (JM65HM) as IG9Y. Nice takeoff!


Texel Island PC5T 144MHz Contest. The left tower is mine. It is a mobile Bijzen Antenna Tower. Top 22m agl with 3x stacked 9 elements OWL 12.5 Ohm Yagi's. The tower on the right is a mobile versa tower with 2x 11el K5GW Yagi's owned by PE1BBI.

Closeup of the 3x 9 element OWL Yagi's. These antenna's are good performers.


LX/PE1ITR/P  Contest from Luxembourg. 2x 16el 432MHz DK7ZB Yagi's.

The same  2x 16el 432MHz DK7ZB Yagi's. But now from the PI4TUE location.

Top home made 4el Yagi monoband for 15m. Below FB33.

6m with 5el 12.5 Ohm DK7ZB yagi from Pantelleria (JM66AT) as IH9/PE1ITR. Nice takeoff!


VHF-UHF-Microwave Activity Contests

Every Tuesday Evening I am QRV in the activity contest on 144MHz (1st Tuesday) and 432MHz (2nd Tuesday) from a small hill 200m from my house (locator JO21QK). Operating in Portable style setup from a 12V battery.

From July I try to be QRV on 3.4GHz and 10GHz from this location (4th Tuesday). In the summer months I will also be QRV on 70MHz ( 3th Thursday ).
























144MHz 9el 12.5 OHM OWL Antenna.

432MHz 15el YU7EF Antenna.



I found in the junkbox the second transmitter i ever owned. It is the well known HF65. Back in 1977/1978 i made lots of qso's with it between 101 and 105MHz in wideband FM. Illegal of course. This started my radio hobby.

The 2N2222 transistor and 65pf trimmer are missing from this transmitter.

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