STATION INFO

TRXCVR

ICOM IC-7600, ICOM IC-3230H x-band, ICOM IC-208H mobile, Parabolic ATV-TX for 23cm, old Nokia analog Sat receiver modded as ATV RX

2 x ICOM IC-7100 w. MFJ-929 or LDG Z11pro ATU:s depending on setup and for portable fun 🙂

One of the two IC-7100 is also used as remote radio at QTH Djurö due to it´s simplicity and ”all-in-one” functions.

Yaesu VX-1R , Yaesu VX-5R , Yaesu VX-8E, Alinco DJ-596, ICOM IC-T81 HT´s

ANTENNAS

HF: Horizontal loop 80m w. ladder feed 12m AGL, Mosley Classic 33 tribander on tower 15m  AGL. End feed inverted ”V” for 160m. SM0O active HF-rx mag-loop, 20-10m portable delta loop

V/UHF: 8 el yagi 2m on tower 16m agl, 5el yagi 2m / 70cm (not used for now), Diamond X-50 dual band vertical (city), Comet Max-N vertical similar to X-510 but way much better in all aspects (QTH Djurö), 2m Moxon rectangle, Nagoya car/mobile and HT antennas

Emotator TS150 rotator

AUX / DIV

ACOM 1000 amplifier gives full legal limit (SM) 160-10m
SM0O rebuilt Ameritron AL-84 gives all HF bands 450W CW, 500W+ pep SSB
Handmade FET-PA for 2m giving roughly 300W pep output @ 50V

SHURE microphones, ART Tube Microphone Preamp, VKC headsets, SONY earphones, Sennheiser Microphone elements

2 x microHAM USB III radio interfaces, SM0O pc-rig interface for one of the IC-7100 (city)

POWER SUPPLIES

2 x 35A @ 13.8V linear PSU, 33A @ 13.8V switched PSU, 12A @ 12.5V old ATX-PSU modded for stand-alone service

Emergency battery backup power for all services + 2500W generator, and hopefully coming solar panels during summer of 2018

20A @ 50V handmade PSU for 2m FET-PA (described above)

REMOTE

REMOTE QTH: HP (?) desktop, P4 3,2 GHz, ATI silent GPU (no fan), Windows 7, MicroHAM USB III, Icom RS-BA1, Telia 4G WAN, softether VPN

REMOTE CITY: old Toshiba Laptop, softether VPN, fibre 100Mb/s WAN connection

SPARE REMOTE: Pocab Pentium III, 512Mb ram, Windows XP, Ham Radio Deluxe, RemAud audio server/client, microHam USB III, Telia 4G internet connection

BUCKET-LIST or Coming-Up

Too long for publishing… never ending too… does that sound familliar ?

Yeap, I tought so 😉

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