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LF: RE: New RX site at DK7FC

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Subject: LF: RE: New RX site at DK7FC
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Date: Wed, 30 Jul 2014 09:34:59 -0700
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Stefan,

 

Congratulations and best wishes for great RX!

 

If I can be of any help regarding practical solar charger system design (optimizing overall system cost, performance and reliability) in your (linear) application, I’ll be happy to pass along thoughts.

 

73, Jim AA5BX

 

From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of DK7FC
Sent: Wednesday, July 30, 2014 7:58 AM
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Subject: LF: New RX site at DK7FC

 

Hi all,

Finally! Finally i have my own piece of garden, since monday. It is outside the city, most probably in a very quiet location. The dimensions are roughly 20m x 80m, i.e. 1600 m^2. The locator is JN49IK24 that's 2.4 km distant from my TX location.

I'm planning to arrange several RX antennas for LF / MF and VLF! (No XYL is limiting the possibilities :-) ).

Later in the afternoon i'm arranging a first antenna, something like a T antenna, maybe in 6m above the ground, tuned to MF just to get a first impression.  MF WSPR test transmissions are welcome! :-) So far i have mobile internet and can upload some WSPR spots.
I will also install 2 orthogonal RX loops later. Same for LF and VLF.

There is no electricity, so no QRM :-) With some luck i can arrange a WLAN repeater in some 15m high trees which are on the property. Solar panels could be mounted into the tree as well as some accumulators in combination with a homemade linear regulating solar battery charger.

There are a lot of possible projects to do. And now it will show how easy it is to get fine RX results if you live in a quiet location, using a clean earth and a large RX antenna that doesn't need a preamp :-)

OK, let's go!

73, Stefan/DK7FC

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