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Re: AO-40 portable stations



Hi Drew, here is my mobile setup for AO-40 mode U/S. I´ve worked lot of 
stations using this little gear:

UPLINK: Kenwood TM-455 with my comet SBB-5 dual band mobile antenna (fixed
on the roof of my car).

DOWNLINK: Kenwood TH-F7E HT with a pair of earbuds + Wimo PA-13R-20 Flat
Panel Antenna (33cm x 33cm) with a DB6NT converter.

Images:
http://eb4dka.laserenadigital.com/Imagenes/EB4DKA_AO40_MOBILE.jpg
http://eb4dka.laserenadigital.com/Imagenes/EB4DKA_AO40_MOBILE2.jpg

And this is my RX-only portable station for AO-40 mode S:
http://eb4dka.laserenadigital.com/Imagenes/EB4DKA_AO40_RX.jpg

Best 73 from Spain,

Pedro EB4DKA
http://eb4dka.laserenadigital.com
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Andrew Glasbrenner" <glasbrenner@mindspring.com>
To: <amsat-bb@amsat.org>
Sent: Monday, September 01, 2008 4:12 PM
Subject: [amsat-bb] AO-40 portable stations


> I'm trying to collect some data on the typical successful AO-40
> portable-type station. What worked and what didn't work for a portable,
> throw it in a suitcase type setup, or CC&R evading driveway or backyard
> setups, either U/S or L/S. If you have any photos and/or descriptions of
> your setup, please forward them direct to me at ko4ma@amsat.org , or point
> me to a link if you have them on the web. Thanks in advance!
>
> 73,
> Drew KO4MA
>
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