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License bands and Location(QTH) -----Oct.5th '97 update

We enjoy Amateur Radio Communications.

LIG *Our available bands (MHz).


CW(molse), SSB(phone); 3.5, 7, 14, 18, 21, 24, 28, 50, 144, 430

------- 1.9, 10 Preparing

FM(phone); 29, 51, 144, 430, 1200

*Location(QTH)New

In the south of Hitachi city. East of Mt. Fujin. 100 meters above the sea level.
Hitachi Ltd. is one of the famous companies and Hitachi Research Laboratory is near my house.

Grid Locater; QM06hm. NL:36`31'20" EL:140`36'50" (JCC#1402)

*About Hitachi city

...... Ohmika Map presented by JSDI (English/Japanese)

...... JI1DKK's web (English/Japanese)



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7K4IIN's -----Sept. 17th '00 update

Try with us.

September in 1995, we start an amateur radio station. April in 1996, I get the Integrated license of amateur radio technician.

I like amateur satellite. Amateur satellites are predicted by JAMSAT and some other organizations.
I am looking forward to Phase 3-D. How about you?

Satellite DXing with AO-10 (and aother). QSO stations(Sept. 17th '00)

5B4/EU1AA, 7J7ACV, 7J7ADB, 9V1UV, AC6YJ, AL7JK(via FO-20), AH6NM, DF3OG, DG0ODA, DG1MDN, DG1RRM, DG3SAA, DG4PK, DG4FDI, DG8GAB, DJ3NU, DL2NGP, DL2AYK, DL4DWA, DL2AYK, JA1HBC/DU1, EB5/F1NGP, F1PYW, F1RZC, F6FXU, F8APM, FR1GZ, G1WPR, G3IOI, G7RVM, G7OEM, HA2RD, HB9DKM, HB9RHV, HB9VAF, HL1MKT, HL2MAG(via FO-20), HL5OC(via FO-29) I1YK, IK8YFW, IW4DTV, IW6AHK, K2JNS, K5OE, K6YK, K7MT, K7YCH, K9SG, KA0MR, KB8YHY/KH2(via FO-20), KB8VAO, KL7TS(via FO-20), KP4ES, LX1KF, LY3BH, LZ1JH, N0ZHE, N8AM, N9NJY, NH6VB, NL7RY, OE3JIS, OE3MZC, OE3VID, OE5PAM, OE8TPK, OH5LK, ON1APG, ON1DO, OZ2GM, PA0KT, RA0BA(via RS-12), RA6LUX, RZ0CQ(via FO-20 & AO-27), RX3PX, RZ4HWF, SM5CAK, SP5DKW, SP9ARV, SP9MCY, UA0FC(via FO-20), UA0CQ, UA4NM, UA4UT, UA6HGY, UR4LF, V73UX(UO-14), VE7JNJ, VE8EV(via FO-20), VK2APG, VK4AFL, VK4FNQ(via FO-20), VK4KZR, VK6ZAK, VK6ZAK, VK8KTC, VK9FL, VR2IL(via FO-20), VR2ZGK, VR6XRW(via FO-29), VR98LC, VR97XMT, VU2DVP, VU2MKP, W0EOZ, W0IOH, W2SAM, W4NML, W6OWC, W6VPH, WA4CAX, WB4FWQ, WL7CMC, YB0ARA, ZL2VAL, ZL2VBV, ZL4TGH, ZL3TIB, ...

TKS FB QSO.

Some time, I enjoy CW with High Frequency Band. In holiday, I visit HAM shop in where I just looking.


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7K4II0's -----Sept.1st '97 update

HK-802 * September in 1995, we start an amateur radio station. April in 1996, I get the Integrated license of amateur radio technician.


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Equipment List

Home Base

Tower for Satellites; NAGARA's 8 meter high (EB-800D) and a 2 meter mast
Rotators
KR-800SDX(I/O;CS-23) + KR-500B(I/O;CX-500)
MASPRO 15 elements yagi antenna for 435MHz, those are stacked double and perpendicular modulated.
+ ANTEN Preamplifier(GAS-0720J)
CUSH CRAFT 13 elements yagi antenna(13B), which is horizontal modulated
+ ANTEN Preamplifier(GAS-2020) .
Phase3-D
TRANSCEIVERS;
ICOM IC-820 for 430/144MHz(Dual band 10W)
+50W Linear Amplifier

For HF;

TRANSCEIVERS; ICOM IC-736U(100W)-running 50W
ICOM IC-706MK2(100W)-running 50W

KEYS;
HK-802, HK-708, BENCHER JA-1,
HEAD PHONE;
AZDEN HS-03

COMPUTERS;
IBM Think Pad 220(for Log), NEC-98note, Think Pad 330(for satellite tracking)
IBM PC340, Aptiva T95(for Mac emulator & Linux), Macintosh PowerBook2400c/180, PowerBook 520c
SOFTWEAR;
CREATE REALTRAK(satellite tracking)

MOBILE

For PAJERO;
MALDOL ARD-12B(430/144MHz mobile antena)
KENWOOD TRANSCEIVER TM-455(all mode 10W),
SAGA CM-144W7(mobile HF antenna, 7,14,18,21,28,29,50,144MHz)
HFC-15(mobile HF antenna by Maldol)
ICOM IC-706MK2(100W)-running 50W

HANDHELD TRANSCEIVERS


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