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Re: WB2FKO contest

Ed
 

Have fun Mike. You will have one less local to contend with, I will be in Plano Tx at Ham Com

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

 

ED  N5JEH   DM65RD

 

From: Mike WB2FKO
Sent: Wednesday, June 5, 2019 12:29 PM
To: nmvhf@groups.io
Subject: [nmvhf] WB2FKO contest

 

Will be QRV 6/2/222 (ssb, cw, digital) and 440 FM.  It's Es season, so anticipate spending the majority of time looking for multipliers on 6m.  I will monitor the chat page located at nmvhf.org for anyone who wants to real-time sked during the contest.

Good luck and happy hunting!  Mike WB2FKO DM65rc

 

 


Re: WB2FKO contest

Michael Daly
 

Mike, n5sj in Gallup will NOT BE ON THE AIR.  Other commitments.

73,

Mike

 

From: nmvhf@groups.io [mailto:nmvhf@groups.io] On Behalf Of Mike WB2FKO
Sent: Wednesday, June 05, 2019 12:30 PM
To: nmvhf@groups.io
Subject: [nmvhf] WB2FKO contest

 

Will be QRV 6/2/222 (ssb, cw, digital) and 440 FM.  It's Es season, so anticipate spending the majority of time looking for multipliers on 6m.  I will monitor the chat page located at nmvhf.org for anyone who wants to real-time sked during the contest.

Good luck and happy hunting!  Mike WB2FKO DM65rc

 


WB2FKO contest

Mike WB2FKO
 

Will be QRV 6/2/222 (ssb, cw, digital) and 440 FM.  It's Es season, so anticipate spending the majority of time looking for multipliers on 6m.  I will monitor the chat page located at nmvhf.org for anyone who wants to real-time sked during the contest.

Good luck and happy hunting!  Mike WB2FKO DM65rc



Re: N7GP ex WA8WZG ROVER PLANS for JUNE CONTEST

Jay
 

While not roving, I would love to setup skeds with anyone who wants to try in NM.
6-2304 good power on all bands, and digital capable on all bands as well.
Tropo, MS, EME.. whatever.
- Jay N1AV  DM43

On Wed, Jun 5, 2019 at 8:49 AM Tom <wa8wzg@...> wrote:
To ALL...

I will be starting out this Saturday at beginning of the contest at the
Junction on DM32 and Dm33....then moving to DM 42 and DM 43.. I plan on
making this loop twice to pick up everyone..
Saturday night overnite will be in DM42 and DM43, primarily 6 meters FT8
and MSK 144.....
Sunday morning at dawn AZ time, ,I will be starting DM42, then DM43,
DM33, DM34, DM44, then the east end of DM45 and If all goes well I will
end up toward end of contest in DM 35 just west of Flagstaff, AZ.
I will have 6, 2, 222, 432, 903, 1296 and 2304.. good power and decent
antennas.....SSB,,,,CW,,FM,or ANY digital mode....I am willing to try
any FM contact on any band!!!
I will be available for any pre-arranged skeds, via this email address
or CELL PHONE,,, 419-370-8802.
IF YOU HEAR me and cant get my attention, call!!!
AS a side note,, WE all know that 6 meters has been good with e-skip so
if 6 is open a lot it may change how long I stay in one grid,,
hoping to work a lot of you ,
GET ON AND MAKE SOME NOISE!!!
Tom
N7GP
EX WA8WZG




N7GP ex WA8WZG ROVER PLANS for JUNE CONTEST

Tom
 

To ALL...

I will be starting out this Saturday at beginning of the contest at the Junction on DM32 and Dm33....then moving to DM 42 and DM 43.. I plan on making this loop twice to pick up everyone..
Saturday night overnite will be in DM42 and DM43, primarily 6 meters FT8 and MSK 144.....
Sunday morning at dawn AZ time, ,I will be starting DM42, then DM43, DM33, DM34, DM44, then the east end of DM45 and If all goes well I will end up toward end of contest in DM 35 just west of Flagstaff, AZ.
I will have 6, 2, 222, 432, 903, 1296 and 2304.. good power and decent antennas.....SSB,,,,CW,,FM,or ANY digital mode....I am willing to try any FM contact on any band!!!
I will be available for any pre-arranged skeds, via this email address or CELL PHONE,,, 419-370-8802.
IF YOU HEAR me and cant get my attention, call!!!
AS a side note,, WE all know that 6 meters has been good with e-skip so if 6 is open a lot it may change how long I stay in one grid,,
hoping to work a lot of you ,
GET ON AND MAKE SOME NOISE!!!
Tom
N7GP
EX WA8WZG


Re: BIG 6M opening

Ed
 

Working W1,W2  and more from this location

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

 

ED  N5JEH   DM65RD

 

From: Keith Morehouse
Sent: Wednesday, June 5, 2019 8:00 AM
To: nmvhf@groups.io; GMCC
Subject: [nmvhf] BIG 6M opening

 

...going on now (1330Z).  Dozens of CW beacons visable in SDR waterfall, plenty of SSB sigs, single and double hop east

 

-W9RM


Keith J Morehouse
Managing Partner
Calmesa Partners G.P.
Olathe, CO

 


BIG 6M opening

Keith Morehouse
 

...going on now (1330Z).  Dozens of CW beacons visable in SDR waterfall, plenty of SSB sigs, single and double hop east

-W9RM

Keith J Morehouse
Managing Partner
Calmesa Partners G.P.
Olathe, CO


Re: W3DHJ/R ARRL JUNE Contest

Bill
 

Good luck Jonesy!

73 Bill W7QQ
DM75ao


On Mon, Jun 3, 2019 at 11:51 AM Jonesy W3DHJ via Groups.Io <mailserver=jonz.net@groups.io> wrote:
I plan on rovering in the ARRL JUNE VHF contest.
All operations will be close in to 38° N and 104° W.
I am a (very) Limited Rover -- 6M, 2M, 432/446 mcs.

All times below are VERY flexible --- especially towards
the latter part of each day.....

Saturday

 I will operate close in to the intersection
 of 38° N and 104° W -- grids DM88, DM87, DM77, & DM78
 -- in that sequence.
 Pointing a beam at those coordinates should put me
 inside the 3 dB lobe of your antenna.

SAT #1: DM88bb: 1800z~2000z

SAT #2: DM87bw: 2000z~2200z

SAT #3: DM77xw: 2200z~2359z

SAT #4: DM78xa: 0000z~0200+z

County Hunters: Pueblo and Otero.

 Sunday

 I will again be operating close to
 38° N and 104° W -- grids DM78, DM77, DM87, & DM88
 -- in the reverse of Saturday's sequence.
 Pointing a beam at those coordinates should put me
 inside the 3 dB lobe of your antenna.
 I will leave the QTH as early as I can.
 Checking the logs from prior VHF contests,
 I see my first contact at SUN #1 has varied from 1230-1330Z.

SUN #0: DM78rf47hc: Radio checks (& contacts?) in my driveway.

SUN #1: DM78xa: 1200z~1530z

SUN #2: DM77xw: 1530z~1900z

SUN #3: DM87cx: 1900z~2230z

SUN #4: DM88bb: 2230z~0200+z

County Hunters: Pueblo and Otero.

A little more at  https://w3dhj.net/vhfrover_plans.php


To: RMVHF+ <rmvhf@...>, RMVHF+ <rmvhf@...>, NM VHF <nmvhf@groups.io>,
    Grand Mesa Contest Club <Gmc@...>
Cc: VHF Contesters <vhfcontesting@...>, VHF Rovers
<rover@...>


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<pre>  Marvin L Jones     | W3DHJ      | W3DHJ  | https://W3DHJ.net/
        Pueblo, Colorado  |  @         | Jonesy |     __ linux FreeBSD
         38.238N 104.547W |   jonz.net | DM78rf | 73  SK




W3DHJ/R ARRL JUNE Contest

Jonesy W3DHJ
 

I plan on rovering in the ARRL JUNE VHF contest.
All operations will be close in to 38° N and 104° W.
I am a (very) Limited Rover -- 6M, 2M, 432/446 mcs.

All times below are VERY flexible --- especially towards
the latter part of each day.....

Saturday

I will operate close in to the intersection
of 38° N and 104° W -- grids DM88, DM87, DM77, & DM78
-- in that sequence.
Pointing a beam at those coordinates should put me
inside the 3 dB lobe of your antenna.

SAT #1: DM88bb: 1800z~2000z

SAT #2: DM87bw: 2000z~2200z

SAT #3: DM77xw: 2200z~2359z

SAT #4: DM78xa: 0000z~0200+z

County Hunters: Pueblo and Otero.

Sunday

I will again be operating close to
38° N and 104° W -- grids DM78, DM77, DM87, & DM88
-- in the reverse of Saturday's sequence.
Pointing a beam at those coordinates should put me
inside the 3 dB lobe of your antenna.
I will leave the QTH as early as I can.
Checking the logs from prior VHF contests,
I see my first contact at SUN #1 has varied from 1230-1330Z.

SUN #0: DM78rf47hc: Radio checks (& contacts?) in my driveway.

SUN #1: DM78xa: 1200z~1530z

SUN #2: DM77xw: 1530z~1900z

SUN #3: DM87cx: 1900z~2230z

SUN #4: DM88bb: 2230z~0200+z

County Hunters: Pueblo and Otero.

A little more at https://w3dhj.net/vhfrover_plans.php


To: RMVHF+ <rmvhf@googlegroups.com>, RMVHF+ <rmvhf@rmvhf.org>, NM VHF <nmvhf@groups.io>,
Grand Mesa Contest Club <Gmc@grandmesa.org>
Cc: VHF Contesters <vhfcontesting@contesting.com>, VHF Rovers
<rover@mailman.qth.net>


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<pre> Marvin L Jones | W3DHJ | W3DHJ | https://W3DHJ.net/
Pueblo, Colorado | @ | Jonesy | __ linux FreeBSD
38.238N 104.547W | jonz.net | DM78rf | 73 SK


AA5PR/R plans for contest

John Klem
 

I'll be starting the contest near Roswell Saturday, and slowly working back home. 
100 W + Moxon on 6 m
80 W + 6 el. yagi on 2 m
5 W + 11 el. yagi on 70 cm
FT8, CW, SSB on all

Approximate schedule:
6/8 Saturday 1800 UTC until ??  DM83cj
6/9 Sunday 1500 UTC until 1600 UTC DM73qw
6/9 Sunday 1830 UTC until ?? DM74cx; alternatively, I may stop first in DM75ba and backtrack to DM74cx around 2030, depending on what's happening on 6 m.
Quitting times on both days depend on level of activity/hunger/etc.

Please text me real-time at 505-373-4671 if you want to try.  I intend to post at nmvhf.org/chat when I start and quit each grid, but I don't expect I'll be closely watching the chat there.

John, AA5PR


Re: Close-spaced rover antennas

James Duffey
 

Scott - I think you will be fine with no extra protection. Remember that the 9700 operates full duplex in the satellite mode, that is transmitting on one band while simultaneously listening on another. That requires good front end protection. Also, satellite antennas are usually pretty close spaced.

My TS2000X, and I suspect other mult-mode multi-band VHF rigs, including the 9700, terminate the inactive bands when operating simplex. I wouldn’t worry until you start running power. 

I’m sending this from our campsite at 7200 feet in the Black Hills of South Dakota, so I hope it goes through. My e-mail coverage has been poor this whole trip. 

I probably won’t be back in SD until Friday, so I will probably do a hastily thrown together limited rover. Let us know your planned route so I can avoid being in the same place as you at the same time. 

Good luck in the contest!

James Duffey KK6MC
Cedar Crest NM

On Jun 2, 2019, at 07:17, Bill <bill4070@...> wrote:

Scott,

I didn’t have “RF fratracide” problems until I started using the 400 watt TE Systems amplifiers. My stack allowed about 18” between Yagis. I toasted the front end of an Elecraft 222 transverter, which I later found to be particularly sensitive to 144 energy.

I tried some duplex cavities for 144, 222, 432 and 902. They worked, but they had noticable loss on receive. They took up a lot of volume inside the rover. 

Later I replaced the 144 and 432 cans with bandpass filters from DCI Digital Communications and that reduced the volume and receive losses. They’re expensive.

I still have all those filters if you want to experiment.

With that protection concept I liked the fact that everything was passive and didnt require a bunch of rf switching.

I never protected my 1296 receive equipment until I adopted the simultaneous keying concept. Never had a problem. Maybe I was lucky but the 1296 antenna was located further away fron the high powered 50, 144 and 222 antennas.

The best approach is to key all bands simultaneously but drive only the one you want to use. I found that idle current for most amps is low until they are driven. That practice isolates sensitive receive front ends especially if there’s a sequencer on the transmit band, that adds a delay to transmit energy.

I don’t know how you’ll implement that with your new IC-9700. If you have an amp on each of your outputs it’s easy.

GL es 73 Bill W7QQ 


On Jun 1, 2019, at 9:38 PM, Scott K5TA <k5ta@...> wrote:


I have a brand-new IC-9700 that I’m itching to try out in the ARRL contest next weekend.  That rig has 3 separate antenna connections, one for each of its bands (144-432-1296).  I have all the antennas ready to go, and am planning a “rover simulator” operation on my own property — i.e. a mast with the yagis, planted in the ground, and a vehicle pulled up next to it with the radio(s).

I have looked at numerous pictures of rover setups, and it seems that most, if not all, have short masts with antennas spaced 1-3 feet apart.  I plan to emulate that design, but since the '9700 has 3 separate antenna ports, and only one transmits at a time, I started to be concerned about frying the front-ends of the non-TX bands.  I posted a question about this on the IC-9700 io group, and received loads of responses, ranging from “no problem except for KW power levels” to “you absolutely need all sorts of relays, sequencers, triplexers, filters, or whatever.”  As has happened many times before, my experience with these fora has been less than satisfying.

I know there are extremely experienced rovers and contesters on this list, and I wonder what your ideas are.

-Scott K5TA


Re: Close-spaced rover antennas

Bill
 

Scott,

I didn’t have “RF fratracide” problems until I started using the 400 watt TE Systems amplifiers. My stack allowed about 18” between Yagis. I toasted the front end of an Elecraft 222 transverter, which I later found to be particularly sensitive to 144 energy.

I tried some duplex cavities for 144, 222, 432 and 902. They worked, but they had noticable loss on receive. They took up a lot of volume inside the rover. 

Later I replaced the 144 and 432 cans with bandpass filters from DCI Digital Communications and that reduced the volume and receive losses. They’re expensive.

I still have all those filters if you want to experiment.

With that protection concept I liked the fact that everything was passive and didnt require a bunch of rf switching.

I never protected my 1296 receive equipment until I adopted the simultaneous keying concept. Never had a problem. Maybe I was lucky but the 1296 antenna was located further away fron the high powered 50, 144 and 222 antennas.

The best approach is to key all bands simultaneously but drive only the one you want to use. I found that idle current for most amps is low until they are driven. That practice isolates sensitive receive front ends especially if there’s a sequencer on the transmit band, that adds a delay to transmit energy.

I don’t know how you’ll implement that with your new IC-9700. If you have an amp on each of your outputs it’s easy.

GL es 73 Bill W7QQ 


On Jun 1, 2019, at 9:38 PM, Scott K5TA <k5ta@...> wrote:


I have a brand-new IC-9700 that I’m itching to try out in the ARRL contest next weekend.  That rig has 3 separate antenna connections, one for each of its bands (144-432-1296).  I have all the antennas ready to go, and am planning a “rover simulator” operation on my own property — i.e. a mast with the yagis, planted in the ground, and a vehicle pulled up next to it with the radio(s).

I have looked at numerous pictures of rover setups, and it seems that most, if not all, have short masts with antennas spaced 1-3 feet apart.  I plan to emulate that design, but since the '9700 has 3 separate antenna ports, and only one transmits at a time, I started to be concerned about frying the front-ends of the non-TX bands.  I posted a question about this on the IC-9700 io group, and received loads of responses, ranging from “no problem except for KW power levels” to “you absolutely need all sorts of relays, sequencers, triplexers, filters, or whatever.”  As has happened many times before, my experience with these fora has been less than satisfying.

I know there are extremely experienced rovers and contesters on this list, and I wonder what your ideas are.

-Scott K5TA


Re: Close-spaced rover antennas

John Klem
 

I have wondered the same thing.  On my antenna stack, which is not even that closely spaced, I have played it safe and disconnected the coax on the non-transmitting antennas.  So far.  I had a bad experience (actually, two bad experiences) with satellite antennas and an expensive GaAs FET preamp years ago to guide me.
If you have a sensitive RF power meter, it would be interesting to connect it to one of the non-transmitting antennas and see if you can measure any power coming down the coax when you transmit into the adjacent antenna.  I may try that next weekend.
John, AA5PR


Re: Close-spaced rover antennas

Scott K5TA
 

That’s a good idea (amps) but I’m going to be totally barefoot. I’m thinking I’ll just keep it down to 10 watts or so, and play it by ear. 

-TA


On Jun 1, 2019, at 9:57 PM, Keith Morehouse <w9rm@...> wrote:

I don't know the exact answer, but one thing you can do to protect yourself if you're using any kind of amplifier on the three ports is to T/R all the amps together, even though you're only using one band at a time.

Assuming all the amps are stable into whatever load the 9700 port appears to be while in RX mode, this gives you lots of isolation.

-W9RM

Keith Morehouse
via MotoG

On Sat, Jun 1, 2019, 9:38 PM Scott K5TA <k5ta@...> wrote:

I have a brand-new IC-9700 that I’m itching to try out in the ARRL contest next weekend.  That rig has 3 separate antenna connections, one for each of its bands (144-432-1296).  I have all the antennas ready to go, and am planning a “rover simulator” operation on my own property — i.e. a mast with the yagis, planted in the ground, and a vehicle pulled up next to it with the radio(s).

I have looked at numerous pictures of rover setups, and it seems that most, if not all, have short masts with antennas spaced 1-3 feet apart.  I plan to emulate that design, but since the '9700 has 3 separate antenna ports, and only one transmits at a time, I started to be concerned about frying the front-ends of the non-TX bands.  I posted a question about this on the IC-9700 io group, and received loads of responses, ranging from “no problem except for KW power levels” to “you absolutely need all sorts of relays, sequencers, triplexers, filters, or whatever.”  As has happened many times before, my experience with these fora has been less than satisfying.

I know there are extremely experienced rovers and contesters on this list, and I wonder what your ideas are.

-Scott K5TA


Re: Close-spaced rover antennas

Keith Morehouse
 

I don't know the exact answer, but one thing you can do to protect yourself if you're using any kind of amplifier on the three ports is to T/R all the amps together, even though you're only using one band at a time.

Assuming all the amps are stable into whatever load the 9700 port appears to be while in RX mode, this gives you lots of isolation.

-W9RM

Keith Morehouse
via MotoG


On Sat, Jun 1, 2019, 9:38 PM Scott K5TA <k5ta@...> wrote:

I have a brand-new IC-9700 that I’m itching to try out in the ARRL contest next weekend.  That rig has 3 separate antenna connections, one for each of its bands (144-432-1296).  I have all the antennas ready to go, and am planning a “rover simulator” operation on my own property — i.e. a mast with the yagis, planted in the ground, and a vehicle pulled up next to it with the radio(s).

I have looked at numerous pictures of rover setups, and it seems that most, if not all, have short masts with antennas spaced 1-3 feet apart.  I plan to emulate that design, but since the '9700 has 3 separate antenna ports, and only one transmits at a time, I started to be concerned about frying the front-ends of the non-TX bands.  I posted a question about this on the IC-9700 io group, and received loads of responses, ranging from “no problem except for KW power levels” to “you absolutely need all sorts of relays, sequencers, triplexers, filters, or whatever.”  As has happened many times before, my experience with these fora has been less than satisfying.

I know there are extremely experienced rovers and contesters on this list, and I wonder what your ideas are.

-Scott K5TA


Close-spaced rover antennas

Scott K5TA
 


I have a brand-new IC-9700 that I’m itching to try out in the ARRL contest next weekend.  That rig has 3 separate antenna connections, one for each of its bands (144-432-1296).  I have all the antennas ready to go, and am planning a “rover simulator” operation on my own property — i.e. a mast with the yagis, planted in the ground, and a vehicle pulled up next to it with the radio(s).

I have looked at numerous pictures of rover setups, and it seems that most, if not all, have short masts with antennas spaced 1-3 feet apart.  I plan to emulate that design, but since the '9700 has 3 separate antenna ports, and only one transmits at a time, I started to be concerned about frying the front-ends of the non-TX bands.  I posted a question about this on the IC-9700 io group, and received loads of responses, ranging from “no problem except for KW power levels” to “you absolutely need all sorts of relays, sequencers, triplexers, filters, or whatever.”  As has happened many times before, my experience with these fora has been less than satisfying.

I know there are extremely experienced rovers and contesters on this list, and I wonder what your ideas are.

-Scott K5TA


Re: 900 MHz transverter

Bill
 

That’s so cool!

Im looking for a way to help you in June. Unfortunately most projects are half done and Im distracted by microwave stuff. I have good capability on 6, 2, and 1.25 but thats all.

Looks like 6m may cooperate with you this year.

Wind is kicking the shit out of us today. All the towers are still up but they’re tested like never before.

Bill W7QQ 


On May 23, 2019, at 3:18 PM, Keith Morehouse <w9rm@...> wrote:

Bill, I've been dark-testing the old DEMI you loaned me for so long I figured I should just buy one of my own to continue that test.
Now that I can get a confirmed 900+ watts out of my TV transmitter SSPA at 902/903, it wouldn't be right to not pair it up with a halfway decent transverter.  I guess I need more then one 15 el antenna now :)

Which way do I beam to irritate White Sands (j/k)

-RM

Keith J Morehouse
Managing Partner
Calmesa Partners G.P.
Olathe, CO


On Thu, May 23, 2019 at 2:51 PM Bill <bill4070@...> wrote:
Well done!

Bill W7QQ

On Thu, May 23, 2019 at 1:27 PM Keith Morehouse <w9rm@...> wrote:
I decided to buy one of LZ5HP's 900 MHz transveters after being reminded by an earlier message on the reflector.  Here's the current info on P & D.  Note that the EU-USD exchange rate today is close to it's low for the year at 1.12.  Where it goes in the 7-8 weeks before shipping is unknown.  

-W9RM

Keith J Morehouse
Managing Partner
Calmesa Partners G.P.
Olathe, CO


---------- Forwarded message ---------
From: <info@...>
Date: Thu, May 23, 2019 at 11:37 AM
Subject: Re: 900 MHz transverter
To: Jay RM <w9rm@...>


Hello Keith,
The price of 33cm band transverter V1.2 is 156 Euro +10 Euro for economy
shipping.
Payment can be made by Paypal (our account is : info@... )or by
bank transfer.
The available batch was sold out , now we prepare a new one. Expected
availability is after 7-8 weeks.

73
Hristiyan LZ5HP
Sofia, Bulgaria


Re: 900 MHz transverter

Keith Morehouse
 

Bill, I've been dark-testing the old DEMI you loaned me for so long I figured I should just buy one of my own to continue that test.
Now that I can get a confirmed 900+ watts out of my TV transmitter SSPA at 902/903, it wouldn't be right to not pair it up with a halfway decent transverter.  I guess I need more then one 15 el antenna now :)

Which way do I beam to irritate White Sands (j/k)

-RM

Keith J Morehouse
Managing Partner
Calmesa Partners G.P.
Olathe, CO


On Thu, May 23, 2019 at 2:51 PM Bill <bill4070@...> wrote:
Well done!

Bill W7QQ

On Thu, May 23, 2019 at 1:27 PM Keith Morehouse <w9rm@...> wrote:
I decided to buy one of LZ5HP's 900 MHz transveters after being reminded by an earlier message on the reflector.  Here's the current info on P & D.  Note that the EU-USD exchange rate today is close to it's low for the year at 1.12.  Where it goes in the 7-8 weeks before shipping is unknown.  

-W9RM

Keith J Morehouse
Managing Partner
Calmesa Partners G.P.
Olathe, CO


---------- Forwarded message ---------
From: <info@...>
Date: Thu, May 23, 2019 at 11:37 AM
Subject: Re: 900 MHz transverter
To: Jay RM <w9rm@...>


Hello Keith,
The price of 33cm band transverter V1.2 is 156 Euro +10 Euro for economy
shipping.
Payment can be made by Paypal (our account is : info@... )or by
bank transfer.
The available batch was sold out , now we prepare a new one. Expected
availability is after 7-8 weeks.

73
Hristiyan LZ5HP
Sofia, Bulgaria


Re: 900 MHz transverter

Bill
 

Well done!

Bill W7QQ


On Thu, May 23, 2019 at 1:27 PM Keith Morehouse <w9rm@...> wrote:
I decided to buy one of LZ5HP's 900 MHz transveters after being reminded by an earlier message on the reflector.  Here's the current info on P & D.  Note that the EU-USD exchange rate today is close to it's low for the year at 1.12.  Where it goes in the 7-8 weeks before shipping is unknown.  

-W9RM

Keith J Morehouse
Managing Partner
Calmesa Partners G.P.
Olathe, CO


---------- Forwarded message ---------
From: <info@...>
Date: Thu, May 23, 2019 at 11:37 AM
Subject: Re: 900 MHz transverter
To: Jay RM <w9rm@...>


Hello Keith,
The price of 33cm band transverter V1.2 is 156 Euro +10 Euro for economy
shipping.
Payment can be made by Paypal (our account is : info@... )or by
bank transfer.
The available batch was sold out , now we prepare a new one. Expected
availability is after 7-8 weeks.

73
Hristiyan LZ5HP
Sofia, Bulgaria


900 MHz transverter

Keith Morehouse
 

I decided to buy one of LZ5HP's 900 MHz transveters after being reminded by an earlier message on the reflector.  Here's the current info on P & D.  Note that the EU-USD exchange rate today is close to it's low for the year at 1.12.  Where it goes in the 7-8 weeks before shipping is unknown.  

-W9RM

Keith J Morehouse
Managing Partner
Calmesa Partners G.P.
Olathe, CO


---------- Forwarded message ---------
From: <info@...>
Date: Thu, May 23, 2019 at 11:37 AM
Subject: Re: 900 MHz transverter
To: Jay RM <w9rm@...>


Hello Keith,
The price of 33cm band transverter V1.2 is 156 Euro +10 Euro for economy
shipping.
Payment can be made by Paypal (our account is : info@... )or by
bank transfer.
The available batch was sold out , now we prepare a new one. Expected
availability is after 7-8 weeks.

73
Hristiyan LZ5HP
Sofia, Bulgaria

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