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Post by Admin on Mon Nov 19, 2018 9:33 pm

Not now, Dinos.
I spnt a month in Spain, and it rained almost the whole time.Since I came back to Sweden it has also rained a load. It was snowing while I was away.
This evening we will have temperatures below freezing and a forecast for snow, so my operating in the middle of a field are not so practical.

I cannot operate from home because of all the QRM.

But I will post a massage on this topic when I am able to operate next.

I soon hope to use a small QRP rig that can be operated from inside the car, so I may just have to freeze for a few minutes to mount the antenna outside the car. But I will see what I can do during the winter.

I dod a lot of operating during the summer months, but it was limited to my lunch-breaks.

Very best regards from Harry - SM0VPO

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Post by SeAfasia on Fri Nov 16, 2018 2:40 pm

Ηι,
are you QRV?
Dinos
de SV3IRG

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Post by Admin on Mon Jul 30, 2018 10:26 pm

Hi all,
Today I was still operating in my lunch break. Only running about 25-Watts average power (about 50W PEP). Positioned the antenna in the middle of a bit of a small field just outside the working place.

Today I got into Germany twice, Ireland, Denmark Ukraine, UK and Spain.
Last week I got into Italy and a couple of other countries in the Mediterranean.

Antenna is 1/4-wave ground-plane with three radials, mounted in my radio wooden box. No ATU with the new 5.2m MFJ telescopic antenna. FT-101ZD powered by a pair of 12AH alarm/UPS VRLA batteries. Duplicated the 101 bolt-on inverter and it works like a dream.

So if you want to call in on 14.195MHz (+/- QRM) then you are more than welcome. I will look forward to hearing from you.
 
Today I found myself in the centre of a small "pile-up". That is a first for me  Very Happy
I do like to chat a bit; a little more than the usual "59 OM 73 QRZ". I am especially interested in low-power or /P stations, but 59+20dB for a long rag-chew can also be really nice. I can learn a lot from people.

Will be QRV for this week and next week, weather permitting.

Finally, if you know of any good on-line site for "DX spotting" where I can drop a line then would be very grateful for the URL and the info  Cool

Best regards from Harry Lythall - SM0VPO/P - (JO89wn)
(I have a homebrew 300W 12V FET linear here that has never seen service. May try it later on in the year, if I feel I need to fry the moles in the field  Laughing)

Longitude : 17.8852 E (17° 53' 7'' E)
Latitude : 59.56153 N (59° 33' 42'' N)
QTH locator : JO89WN



https://www.google.se/maps/place/59°33'43.7"N+17°53'07.8"E/@59.5621417,17.8833213,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m9!1m2!2m1!1sgic+rosersberg!3m5!1s0x0:0x0!7e2!8m2!3d59.5621389!4d17.8855099

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