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NOTE: My Hytera PD785G DMR handheld was stolen on the 23rd of september 2017. It was programmed for the BrandMeister net with my DMR Id (2405105) and a number of different talk groups (mostly swedish but som foreign and international including Australia, Poland and the UK along with world wide). Since the theft I have noticed that it has been active and transmitting on the local cluster here in Uppsala as well as on the Australia-wide TG (probably as it is the first entry in the contacts list and who ever has it has no idea what they are doing). The theft itself has been reported to the police along with the unlafull transmissions.

In other words: if you have been experiencing interference on the DMR TG:s or something that sounds like unacceptable behaviour and my DMR ID or my Callsign pop up - It's not me!

I will be changing my DMR Id once I get a new HT. I will be in contact with the BM admins to have my previous ID locked out - or something.

 

Long time electronics enthusiast that finally got his act together and became a HAM. Passionate about all things RF, from ULF to Radar.

Lacking a any sort of HF antenna at home I'm mostly on 2 m and 70 cm using HT. 

 

As I try to resolve the antenna issues I try to get out in to the "wild" with my backpack HF kit consisting of:

  • FT-891
  • FC-50 ATU
  • 17 Ah Panasonic Lead-Acid battery
  • ASUS Laptop
  • Deepace K901S Vector Network Analyzer
  • Buddipole Delux 

All of it (except the Buddipole that is) fits nicely albeit heavily in to a Lowe Pro camera backpack.

When the weather gets too rough I work from the club station (SK5DB).

 

 

DMR ID: 2405105

Member of Uppsala Radio Club SK5DB (www.sk5db.se)

Gear:

Hytera PD785G - STOLEN!

ICOM ID-51 Plus

Yaesu FT-891

Yaesu FT-2000

 

QTH: Uppsala, Sweden. A wonderful university town of 150'000 (fourth largest in Sweden) located about 80 km north of Stockholm. Founded in the 10th century the highlights include the cathedral, the castle, the university library (the collection includes the Codex Argentus, a first edition of Newtons Principia and parts of Copernicus personal library). The town is also famous for some of the people associated with it, like Linnaeus, Celcius and Bergman.

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