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EA3BLN
Agusti Magnet Muntane
Class A Class
EA3BLN Ham Since 1969
Spain

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My Ham Radio Interests
SSB, DX, SWL Broadcasting, Antennas, Old equipment, APRS Packet Radio

Equipment
YAESU FT 1000 "D", Yaesu FT 101 ZD, SOMMERKAMP FT 250, Receivers: Hallicrafters SX 146, Yaesu FGR 7 Yaesu FRG 8800, KENWOOD R 2000, PANASONIC RF 3100, SONY ICF 2010, YAESU FRG 9600, WALKIES 144: FT 411E, FT 23 R. MIKES: Yaesu YD 844, KENWOOD MC 80, YAESU YD 148.
Antennas Dipole 10-15-20 North South, plus dipole 10-15-20 EAST-WEST, vertical antenna for 144-432 biband.
OSCILLOSCOPE NORDMENDE , 2 testers ICE 680, and many more "misterys" stuff.

Other Interests
Fender Guitars, Porsches, Zippos, Motorrad BMW

Clubs
RADIO CLUB SABADELL EA3RCN
UNIO DE RADIOAFICIONATS DE SABADELL EA3URS
FEDIEA DIgital section.

10 meters, those lovely frerquency.

From EA3BLN

9/24/2010 2:56:25 PM (3 comments) Add a commentAdd Comment


Every day, at 21:00 GMT in 28.723 Khz.
QSO local, with 100w power.


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by EA3WR 9/26/2010 5:23:50 AM

Quick reference guide on how to access this QSO:
1.Turn your tubes heater on,
2.aim the beam towards EA3
3.and look for a gap between those ragchewers to breik in, and if you are lucky they will copy you. :-)
4. Have fun with this bunch of nice OMs and try to learn something from them.

by EA3BLN 9/26/2010 7:19:16 AM

.......and remember the point 5:

If You are out of tune, 100 or 200 hz, you receives some advice about your low or high modulation.... :))

by N2FFS 10/1/2010 5:28:12 AM

check out the hf-amp ad--for a 10 meter unit


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