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At present, my main rig is a Skanti TRP-8750 S, TX covers 1.6-30 MHz continously, plus the 500 kHz band, AME, USB/LSB and CW, about 750 W PEP output. The antenna is a ground mounted 13 m vertical with a fully automatic Skanti ATU.

Control Unit of the TRP-8750 station.


Tranceiver Unit TRP-8750


Other HF equipment:

UK/RT-320, a military portable tranciever. It covers 2-30 MHz, AM, CW and USB. Power output is 3 or 30 W PEP. (solid state)

PRC-319, military portable tranciever, covering from 1.5-40 MHz, USB and CW (plus burst data). Power output is 5 or 50 W PEP. The radio is from late 80's. I have the automatic ATU ("TURF") plus the ATU extender ("TURF extender"). Tunes the antenna with in some 200 ms. The tranciever runs on a 24 V NiCd battery. Only 350 of them were produced.

BCC-39B, military manpack made by Racal. 1.5-30 MHz, 5/50 W.

PRC-104B, military manpack made by Hughes Aircraft. 2-30 MHz, 20 W. 

RT-77/GRC-9, "Angry Nine" a military portable tranceiver, 2-12 MHz, AM (7 W) and CW (15 W). (tubes)

LV-80/GRC-9, Power Amplifier for RT-77.  (tubes)

RA 200, "portable" military tranceiver used in Swedish Military made by Standard Radio & Telefon. 2-8 MHz, CW/AM. Designed during the 50's.

Rohde & Schwarz XK 852 L1, 1.5-30 MHz, 400 W. Originally used by der Bundesmarine onboard (German) submarine U-28, U-Boot Klasse 206. Picture see below.

Rohde & Schwarz XK 405, 1.5-30 MHz, 400 W.  

Skanti TRP-8250, 10/60/250 W PEP output. (solid state, maritime equipment)

Sailor RE2100 / T2130, 250 W PEP output. (solid state, maritime equipment)

RFT SEG15D, 5/20 W PEP output. 1.6-12 MHz. (solid state, portable/fixed) 


Also using boat anchors such as: Hammarlund SP-600 JX 21, Collins 51J-4, Teledyne and EAC R-390A/URR, GEC BRT 400, Collins T-47/ART-13, Wireless Set No 19. I have a SRT CR91, CR90, CR-302A, RFT EKD 511 and a Harris RF-590 as a supplement to the BA's. I've got a russian R-326 (1-20 MHz) in the bedroom...


I have a Rockwell Collins system HF-80: (1.6-30 MHz)

From top to bottom: HF-8090 Remote Control, HF-8010A Exciter, HF-8020 Amplifier, HF-8030 Power Supply. Not shown HF-8040 antenna coupler.




Then I've got a transmitter from Standard Radio & Telefon (SRT), it's a SST490: (1.6-30 MHz). I use this tramsmitter a lot.

From top to bottom: Amplifier, Power Supply, Spare Control Panel (normally a plain panel), TD90 Exciter.


My Harris RF-130 Transmitter. Capable of 1 kW (actually more) Power Supply needs 440 V / 3 phase.

From top to bottom: SRT CR302A RX, Auto Transformer 400 to 440 V (3 phase), RF-131 Exciter, RF-110A PA, RF-112A Power Supply. Not shown on picture is the remote control RF-784.


Rohde und Schwarz XK852 Transceiver. 400 W Shortwave.


HARRIS RF-1130A 1 kW Solid StateTransmitter

I'm only working shortwave, CW, SSB and AM. Licenced since 1983, interested in technical stuff since birth.


Besides radio, I have a couple of "old" engines;

Zvezda M50F6L supercharged V12 diesel 62.4 litre/1200 bhp


Meteor Mk4/B2 tank engine V12 petrol 27 litre/650 bhp


Rolls Royce B80 commercial inline 8 engine 5.6 litre/169 bhp (got two of them)


Plus a few more engines...


DODGE D400 Fire Engine, 318-3 V8 engine, Model year 1967

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