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My new VHF (and HF!) Mast:
My name is Peter Frenning
My QTH is JO65AN, Viby Sj. 50 Km (30 Mi) SW of Copenhagen, Denmark
I now use Ubuntu Linux as my primary computing
My Linux Workstation
"Life is too short for QRP"
Except if you're WSPRing!
about WSPR; K3UK,
Andy's unoffcial WSPR Guide and/or G0KYA's
Top antenna at 16m AGL when fully extended, can be telescoped down to 12.5m and folded down for maintenance work. Full story with pictures here!
MFJ-1775 Multiband Dipole on top (See review here, my experience so far closely parallel Phil's), I have mounted it as a 4-band HF-dipole only, omitting the 2- and 6-meter option! See Close-Up Picture!
17 ele. M2 5WL 14.7dBd for 144MHz in the middle, with PA3BIY ATF54143 LNA.
4 ele. HomeBrew long yagi for 50MHz.
=> => => => Finally finally finally this project has been completed!
I'm QRV on all bands from (160) 80 m to 2m, and look forward to a QSO with you. If you can't reach me via radio, you can always send me an email at:
- Radio station OZ1PIF Now with FT-847 mods and 50MHz MOSFET 500W Amp
- and TenTec Orion II BLOG , a sort of diary on my experiences with my dream station
- Digimode Interface for FT-847 - Easily adapted to other fine radios!
- AGC-On/Off switch Mod for the FT-847
- SignaLink USB Mods (or how to turn it from good to excellent!)
- FT-847 Roofing Filter Mod!
- Various Circuits
- New 144MHz 1KW LDMOS SSPA (in progress) Now a functional amplifier!
- ATF54143 PHemt 144/432MHz LNA based on PA3BIY Dubus 1/2002 article
- Danish Amateur radio links (My ARC: EDR Frederikssund Afd. OZ6FRS)
- Other interesting HAM links
- Some Pictures
Last update 03.10.2012, Peter Frenning