Sorry we hvn't info long time from Gerry SSB Electronic USA.
So we try looking new dealer USA/Canada for our products.
Please replay in private mail.
Mechanics & Electronics Inc.
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Picked one up, modifying it for EME use (separate RX ant input) and
hope to be able to give it a try by the weekend..
Just an FYI
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Currently I am struggling to get ready for the June VHF QSO Party. Thanks
to the generosity of my new neighbor - Dan - K7CAN, I am the proud owner of
a brand new Ukrainian 222MHZ XVTR. Luckily after some looking I found in my
junkbox some left over 3/16" shouldered insulators and keepers from back in
1990 when I built my 4 x 13 BV 2M array . Checking the Utility trailer I
found enough Aluminum tubing to create a 16ele K1FO 222 Yagi on a 17' 6"
Boom. Today I am almost done tweaking the driven element for SWR @
222.100MHz. Later, I have a pair of integrated Mil Surplus Amplifiers for
222 & 432 that I just need to check/verify operation & performance after
their 10yr hiatus from being on the air.
When 222 is done its on to removing the 6ele 6M yagi from the tower trailer
and installing it atop the 40ft Heavy Duty Mil Surplus Tilt Over Mast that
currently is home to a 3ele 15M yagi.
Afterwards, on the tower trailer, I plan to install a 4ele 6M yagi where
the 6ele was, while leaving in place the 16ele on 2, 16ele on 222, and the
27ele 432. I might try some Moon-rise operation later this year with the
Terrestrial antennas but that will be a completely spur of the moment
thing, announced on the various VHF Chat pages.
The next project has been waiting 2yrs now, a home-brew linear loaded 40M
rotatable dipole with Ham IV rotor, mounted atop 60ft of Heavy Duty Mil
Surplus mast. Hopefully by using 4 guys and a Falling Derrick, the
installation will be a bit easier/safer than when Rosie and I put the 15M
yagi up by ourselves with only 3 guys, something requiring at 3 people to
be safe. The 4 Guy anchors have been in the ground since October, awaiting
Once all the existing projects ar completed (Hopefully by mid/late
Summer), I plan to begin construction on an entirely new EME array.
Originally I was thinking about 4 x 33ele K1FO yagis on 432 but now after
an email chat with Marshall - K5QE, I am thinking of adapting my original
idea to that of only two 33ele yagison 432 & two 18ele yagis on 222 as I
have gear for both of these bands. A small H frame with full AZ/EL is very
doable atop a small section of Rohn tower. This will be time consuming, not
to mention will consume the last of my spare Aluminum pile.
Thinkig about becoming active on 1296 MHz as well, At the moment I have
nothing whatsoever for 1.2HGz. Down the road, I hope to find an affordable
transverter & possibly scrounge up a suitable 2-3 Meter dish from
somewhere. If not, it will require building even more antennas from raw
aluminum... All of which wont happen very quickly as I am turning 60 this
July, finding myself moving slower with less energy reserves. Luckily being
retired, everyday is now Saturday & when I get tired, stopping to take a
nap is simple, with only myself to report to. I know him and can talk
myself out of getting in trouble for slacking. HI
So... There you go. Anyone with ideas, suggestions, affordable (Cheap) gear
on any band, please contact me.
73s and GL de Tim - K7XC - DM09jh... sk
Adapt, Overcome, Succeed!
I saw someone was looking for old HRD install files,
but I have deleted the email.
I have available 4 versions:
They are too big to email, so contact me directly to
figure out which you want and how to transfer.
This is a follow-up note regarding the Harris channel 11 amp which I
am using on 222 MHz.
I went through the FET check / bias adjustment procedure from the
Harris manual. Everything looked OK, bias is now set to the
specified 400 mA per FET.
Without RF drive and with fans disabled, all four 1/4 modules run
about the same temperature. But with RF drive, two are warmer than
the others (#1 and #3 using the Harris numbering system).
The amp saturates at 800 watts output with 45 watts drive.
Increasing the drive further to 70 watts does not produce any more
output. I would guess this amp is not very healthy. At least one
other from the same source (owned by a friend) was able to do more
than 1100 watts.
I was surfing on my VQLog and noticed that im a way back for the WAS .
If all be well i will be qrv soon as had a PA failure on the control board
now ,look like MR MURPHY rented in my house .but work is in progress with
the help of 9H1BT.
Was wondering if i can find such a list of USA stations that are qrv on
144mhz EME. any idea?
My intentions are to be qrv for all but may i try to make skeds for my
fingers crossed cu soon.
David 9H1TX JM75fu
On my old computer I used a old version of Ham Radio de Luxe with the option to choose Satellites, it was easy and fast to use, just to see on what date/time the moon was “up” and for how many hours.
I had a harddisk crash and lost a lot of my software backups… I lost this Ham Radio de Luxe version, I even don’t know what version it was, all the old versions I could find on the internet don’t have the possibility
to enable the Satellite part.
So my question: Where can I find this older version or maybe someone still has a backup of this version on an old harddisk ?
I like to get a copy
I now have an IQ+/UADC4 working well for 2m XPOL receive so this transverter
is surplus to my needs. This is the 30 watt output version and is the
latest version with LCD display. I am asking $800 including shipping in
USA. I will ship outside USA for additional cost. Jim/N1NK