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last modified: 02.05.2019

DL3TU - equipment


Transceiver:

Elecraft K3: primary radio

Ten-Tec Omni VI: secondary radio

Elecraft KX3: when working QRP or portable

Ten-Tec Titan 425 with 2 x 3CX800A7, provides more than 1.5 kW.
I keep it just for the fun of having such an awesome PA.

CW Skimmer/ WSPR-beacon based on a Red Pitaya. It feeds spots into the Reverse Beacon Network and into WSPRnet respectively.


equipment of DL3TU

Antennae:

Without picture: Delta Loop for 18MHz located on the flat roof, approx. 17m above ground (340 m A.S.L.)


antennas of DL3TU

End- fed half wave- dipole for 7MHz, 10MHz and 14MHz. The loop at the far end is part of an artwork of my neighbour Friedrich who kindly offered his balcony as an anchor point for my wire. The matching network is located in the little grey box at the left side.


antennas of DL3TU

End- fed half wave- dipole for 3.5MHz and 21 MHz, ending in one of the trees some 50 metres away.
The same wire is used as half sloper on Topband.


antennas of DL3TU

RX- Antennas on the roof top, 17m above ground : Shielded loop for 1.8MHz, currently fixed direction 120/ 300. The vertical has been removed. Instead, a "Mini-Whip" has been installed on top of the short mast.


azimuthal projection from DL3TU's QTH

The world seen from my QTH.


DL3TU's horizont

Horizon at my QTH: The hill behind the house prevents low take off angles from east to southwest. Towards NA and JA the terrain is rather flat.