By Jul. 2012:
- 144MHz EME / I'm no longer QRV.
172 initials and 53 Countries and 405 QSO's (88 skeds)This was activity from the old QTH.
99% of it is CW with a few(7) QSO's in digital.
Early days in the eigties with 2 cross yagis and 150W solid state.
Later in the nineties with 4 yagis and 1.2kW (Gu74b/CT1DMK).
- 432MHz EME / I'm QRV, but in special occasions only.
74 initials and 25 Countries and 185 QSO's (33 skeds only).Some early activity with 4 Yagis and 150W solid state.
99% of it is CW with a few(4) QSO's in digital.
Later in 1996 with the same 4 Yagis and 1kW (GS35b/CT1DMK).
And after 1999 I used the 5.6m dish (with V and H polarity switching) and 1.5kW (GS35b/CT1DMK).
- 1296MHz EME / I'm QRV
190 initials and 40 Countries and 784 QSO's (27 skeds only).Using a 5.6m deep dish (0.3 f/d) on a modified polar mount.
Most activity is CW but lots of ramdom SSB QSO's (103 SSB QSO's).
Very early days in 1996 I run only about 75W (single 2c39)... but quite difficult to QSO.
1997 to 2007 (old QTH) using 250W at the feed, 300W in the shack (GI7b / CT1DMK).
After 2008 (new QTH) using about 120W at the feed (max. 300W in the shack (GI7b / CT1DMK), new QTH has a lot more coax )
After 2011 using about 800W at the feed (1.8kW in the shack (TH327 / Thompson-modif-CT1DMK ), some coax loss)
Antena setup on 144MHz and 432MHz (early days at IN50QP) - and 5.6m dish on 432MHz and above
144MHz, QSL cards (some are firsts QSO's from CT)
432MHz, QSL cards (some are firsts QSO's from CT)
1296MHz, QSL cards (all are firsts QSO's from CT !!!)Always under construction..........