• Communications with transceivers (ICOM, YAESU, TEN-TEC)
• 18 programmable outputs, plus 3 WARC Bands. User software allows to write name of each antenna as you wish and enables any of 18 outputs for proper antenna
• Controls up to 4 antennas, plus 4 receiving antennas on each band
• Three different modes can be used on each band:
* SINGLE switching
* MULTI with option to split power in up to 3 directions
* MULTI SINGLE switching for controlling stack and single yagis at the same time
• Separate layouts for 4 SAC X allows you same station layout for SO2R, MS or M2 contesting
• INHIBIT function in network, to prevent switching on wrong band
• Built in BAND Decoder with two groups relay outputs – Positive or GND
• PTT sequencer built in allows you to use classical keyer – separate microcontroller
• Large graphic display 128×64 pixels
• External keyboard with flexible cable
• First ever option for DUAL AMPLIFIER allows you using two amplifiers in different antenna systems
• SWR protection option
• Auto control for priority antenna direction BUILT IN!
CQ WW Rules 2017 – Update Announcement The following are updates made to the 2016 rules, effective for the 2017 CQWW SSB and CW weekends. Full rules will be published soon. In addition to the updates, the thought process behind each update...
What’s SO2R? YCCC invited me to help produce an instructional video on SO2R operating, the most challenging way to maximize QSO rate.
Thanks to Randy K5ZD for giving us a look at this unique mode of operating.
AH0BT CQWW CW contest 2010 (FD style) AH0BT has joined CQ World Wide DX CW contest 2010 as Multi-OP 2-TX entry. They had set-up M/2 station onto the top of the cliff with Field-Day style.