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Ham Member Lookups: 19808

 

I also QSL via http://www.eqsl.cc

I have an obsession with anything vintage and antique. Current ham-passions are SSB DX, digital modes, weather satellite decodes, and SSTV. I am learning morse code, and would love to try out EME one day. Below are photos of my shack, as well as my last 20 QSO's & QSO map (via https://www.hrdlog.net), then some photos of my vintage equipment (boat-anchors, morse keys, speakers, mics, etc.), then some holiday and related photos, and below that are certificates which I have acquired, mainly through PSK31. Proud member, President and webmaster of the Antique Wireless Association S.A. - website here. ICASA radio dealer's licence # 5413288 - licence below.

Current equipment:

Receivers: HRO-5; GEC BRT400; Eddystone 670A; Eddystone EC-10Mkii; Kenwood R-1000; Icom IC-R7100;  Icom IC-R72; National NC-109; Trio 9R-4J; Lafayette KT-200; Hammarlund HQ-129X; Hallicrafters SX-28; Hallcrafters SX-62a; RME-84; RCA CR-88A; RCA AR-88; Murphy B40d; Yaesu FRG-7; BC-348 x 2

Transceivers & transmitters: Transworld TW-100F; Collins KWM-2A; 1957 Johnson Viking Ranger; Yaesu FT101E; Yaesu FT-980; Icom IC-746; Kenwood TS-830s; Yaesu FT-221R; PYE Mercury PTC986 HF AM Radio Telephone; Panda PR-120-V AM transmitter; Kenwood TR-2200G; Maxlog M-UV dualband handheld

QTH Antennas: Butternut HF6V (with AH-4 tuner); Homebrew inverted-V with balun on LDG AT-200ProII tuner; 40m German quad with W2AU 4:1 bauln on LDG AT-200ProII tuner; Diamond X-200 VHF/UHF; Homebrew QFH for weather satellites

Other ways to get in contact:

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/jacques.scholtz.393

LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/scholtzjacques

Twitter: https://twitter.com/wannabe_cowboy

Google+: https://plus.google.com/105965312178400068459

Skype: jacques3810

TripAdvisor: http://www.tripadvisor.com/members/JacquesMonica

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Current shack layout:

Butternut HF6V with Icom AH-4 ATU / Homebrew QFH for weather satellite decodes

Field station:

Icom IC-706MkiiG; Icom AT-180 ATU; Icom AH-4 ATU; Kenwood AT-130 tuner; military antenna; Diamond CN-720; PC interface; frequency counter; various HF/VHF/UHF antennas

Antenna analyzers: MFJ-259B & Optoelectronics 3000A

Last 20 QSO's & map:

QSL cards & Membership certificates:

My rigs & equipment:

Icom IC-7000

Transceivers & transmitters:

Collins KWM-2A with PM-2 onboard PSU, Samsonite CC-2 carry case; CP-1 crystal pack, and MM-1 microphone

Transworld TW-100F (Fly-Away transceiver, used by government agents, 125 watt 1.6-30 Mhz, complete with roll-up antennas, antenna tuner and power supply, mounted in original Zero/Halliburton travel case)

1957 Johnson Viking Ranger (purchased from 1st owner) / Panda PR-120v AM transmitter

Yaesu FT-980 with MD-1 desk mic

Yaesu FT-101E with YD-844 dynamic base station microphone

Swan 350 and KW Antlanta (sold)

Kenwood TS-520s & MC-50 mic (sold)

Hallicrafters SX-62a

National NC-109

HRO-5 receiver, with original speaker, 1945

Murphy B40d Naval communications receiver

Yaesu FT-221R   /   Icom IC-R20 & Maxlog M-UV

PYE Mercury PTC986 HF AM Radio Telephone / Drake 2-B and 2-BQ multiplier

Larkspur C-42 and PSU

Heathkit SB-101 & SB-102

Heathkit HW-32 (sold)

Drake 2-B with 2-BQ multiplier (sold)

Yaesu FRG-7 & Yaesu FRG-7000

Yaesu YO-100 monitor scope

Heathkit IM-1202 Nixie-tube multimeter; Frequency counters: Leader LDC-821S and Heathkit IM-2410

 

Icom IC-R72

My first radio: Icom IC-728 (sold)

Receivers & Boat-anchors

Hallicrafters SX-28 Super Skyrider (pre-war 1941 model according to serial dating)

National NC-57; Trio 9R-4J; Hallicrafters S-40

Hammarlund HQ-145

Hammarlund HQ-129-X

RCA AR-88

RCA CR-88A

Yaesu FR-100B

Eddystone EA-12 (sold); Heathkit DX-100B (sold); Hallicrafters SX-28; Yaesu FRG-7; Yaesu FRG-7000 (sold); Yaesu FR-100B (sold); Johanson Viking Ranger

BC-348 as used in WWII bombers (B17; B24; B29; Including Enola Gay)

Rohde & Schwarz AF transmission measuring set (Type SUN BN 40871) as used by the SABC

& Rohde & Schwarz frequency deviation meter (Type FMV BN 4620/2) as used by the SABC

Rider Chanalyst

Sparx Model 905 signal tracer

Some morse & telegraph keys:

Marconi P.S. No.213A (P.S. = "Performance Specification") (Sold)

According to some, these are the finest straight keys in the world. See http://www.morsemad.com/coast.htm for more info.

Original Swedish key serial #2362 (sold) (More info: http://www.morsex.com/srs/)

JUNKER KRIEGSMARINE (Navy) KEY

Used on U-boats during WW-II. D.R.P. (Deutches Reiches Patent) engraving indicating that it was made prior to the end of WWII by the Junker company of Bonn, Germany. Their keys have impressive micrometer-like adjustments.

Rare and sought after J-36 Vibroplex Army Signal Corps key (sold)

2 x Double Current telegraph keys, and a J.H. Bunnell Co. Navy 26003A Flame Proof morse key

Key W.T.8AMP No.2 MkII; Larkspur KMK-2; Signalling Equipment Ltd. England, model "F-17" keys; Knee-type key

Ham-key HK-1 paddle (sold)

Philips P.C.J.J. Junior speaker, 2000ohm, circa 1926

BEREC (British Ever Ready Export Company) Saucepan Special (J version, SW only). Circa 1946, made from saucepans out of the British Aluminium saucepan factory. Basically a 10inch saucepan with the handle removed and a hole punched in the bottom for the loudspeaker. The radio sat on the B136 battery, which was too big to fit inside.

Microphones

Shue 55S; Turner Crystal 9X; Calrad DM16-HL; Astatic D-104 with T-UG8 stand; Astatic D-104 Silver Eagle; Astatic D-104; Turner Dynamic 33D; Two Shure Army T-17 microphones (aka Shure SW-109 because of the part number for the push button that served as the push-to-talk)

Astatic Silver Eagle TUP9-D104SE

Realistic; Yaesu YD-844; Yaesu MD-1

Holiday photos and related

Clockwise F.l.t.r.: Chapman's Peak (Cape Town) / Mauritius / BA Psychological Counselling / Rome (Italy) / London (UK) / Athens (Greece) / Poros Island / Pompeii with Mount Vesuvius in background (Italy) / Görlitz (Germany) with Poland in background / Piazza San Marco (Venice, Italy) / Plönlein (Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Germany)

 

Certificates:


Membership certificates:

No certificates: SARL member; AWA of SA member; PODXS 070 Club #1512; Feld Hell Club #3896

Radio Dealer's licence:

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