10, 24, 47 and 76GHZ transverters for portable use, ready for the new microwave season!
#ghz_bands #hamradio #hamr https://t.co/jkcTLxrPyC
First light of the 76GHz xverter, TX test. The Yaesu FT817 is sending CW at 144.5MHz as IF.
#hamradio #ghz_bands https://t.co/TGZqaYlrIW
Building the new 76GHz xverter, the 47GHz in front to compare the feedhorn size. Tnx @ea3hmj for the fine milling. https://t.co/zNcBnvk7Xa
24GHz QSO succesful with EA5DOM and EA5JF in Monduber at 259km. Not bad for a marginal tropo condicions #ghz_bands https://t.co/xW07aacUyl
76GHz test with @ea3hmj. QSO to EA5JF & EA5DOM 47km over sea, EA record. Thanks for a great radio day! #ghz_bands https://t.co/g8ttsMe7O3
Bad wx, strong winds. Only contacts at 10 and 24GHz, not pointing accuracy for 47GHz. TNX @ea3hmj ea5jf ea5dom ea5cv https://t.co/eHKU7WwNKP
All ready for tomorrow trip with @ea3hmj to Mont Caro for 10, 24, 47 and 76GHz #ghz_bands #hamradio #hamr https://t.co/dHxoeEDPie
Testing in 47GHz with @ea3hmj 100km of path without visibility. Audible in ssb, amazing !!! Thanks Jose #ghz_bands https://t.co/WUvCHjIRE6
Mounting the radio lab in the new qth, I love the old RF boat anchors 🙂 https://t.co/go1JtrZaXd
Dispersion from @ea3hmj (100km) in 24GHz using a bit of elevation. Looks RS but not clouds in @eumetsat. #ghz_bands https://t.co/ovQU2Ey8RW
Tracking @NASAJuno spaceprobe in 8403MHz.
Weak signal, but not bad for 934M of km!
@uhf_satcom @ea3hmj @nascom1 #DSN https://t.co/l0V0sw0hwd
First fire test in 32GHz, over 6.5dB of Sun noise. Not bad, but need fine tune! @nascom1 @uhf_satcom #amateur-DSN https://t.co/rjyo2kXDCg