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Author Topic: Mike Radio, TX test QSL  (Read 3302 times)

Offline Zane

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Mike Radio, TX test QSL
« on: February 26, 2013, 0202 UTC »
Thanks to Mike Radio for this nice qsl. Heard Mike testing a new TX and got this note:

Thanks for your report! Mike Radio is testing a new transmitter. (see picture)
The used antenna now is a very simple wire antenna (poor performance) . This spring (2013) a delta-loop fullsize 20 meter will be in use. Top 16 mtr.
Also a 2 x 20 meter dipole will be new than. Both openline fed (max 2kW capacity); so the Telefunken can be used in a wide band-range. : -) Hope reception will/must improve!
Tuner: du 1500 T
USB en AM was about 30% of max pwr.

Thanks for reporting and till next time!

Thanks Mike  8)

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Re: Mike Radio, TX test QSL
« Reply #1 on: February 26, 2013, 0304 UTC »
Nice catch Zane!
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