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80, 40, 30, 20 and 17 or 15 meter operation (17 or 15 meters selected at time of building)
DDS VFO for wide tuning range with crystal stability, 50 Hz tuning steps.
Single step or auto increment tuning
Sensitive, 0.2 uV receiver with very low internal noise for exceptional S/N ratio.
Selective CW filter with 4 crystal IF filter and audio band pass filter
The 333 Triplexer is based on the work of K6KV as presented in the June 2010 QST Magazine article "HF Yagi Triplexer Especially for ARRL Field Day".
Applications range from Field Day, to Emergencies, to Contesting, to DXpeditions. The Triplexer effectively makes one tower and a triband yagi into 3-towers and 3-yagis, while adding only a 3X5X7 inch aluminum box, weighing less than 2 pounds to your...
The R&S®XK2900L 1000 W HF transceiver is available as a desktop version or as a sturdy rackmount for the frequency range 1.5 MHz to 30 MHz. It can be operated locally as well as remotely via an integrated, multistandard serial interface. For the local mode, a user-friendly, large LC display with backlighting is provided on the front panel of the R&S®GX2900L receiver/exciter, i.e. a bright...
Rhode&Schwarz HF 2 MHz to 30 MHz Transmission and reception of horizontally polarized antenna.
Reception from 2 MHz
Transmission from 5 MHz
Unshortened halfwave elements for high gain despite
extremely small dimensions
Easy and quick assembly
Little maintenance required
Suitable for roof mounting
The compact, rotatable R&S®HL451 log-periodic
HF antenna can be used...
The Red Hot 40 is a high performance QRP CW transceiver kit for the 40m band. It has been designed to operate well in the presence of large out-of-band (shortwave broadcast) and in-band (contest station just down the road) unwanted signals. It should easily meet the requirements of most QRP'ers, from the most competitive contester to the casual operator.
The kit contains all the parts needed to build...
This is 40m Morning (in EU) 'radioactivity' of Andy 9Y4W. The signal was very laud. Heard some JA's over the Long Path. Amazing conditions.
Bonn, Germany (DL/KL1A).