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1296 MHz EME echo
SV5/HB9COG microwave DXpedition 28. September to 5. October 2021
On 5. October 2021 we completed our activity. The day after in the morning we packed all equipment. And in the afternoon we started our sightseeing of Rhode Island. Now we enjoy a few days of relaxation and sightseeing before flying back home on 11. October.
Many thanks to all who have worked us and our apologizes to those trying to work us with no luck. A big THANK YOU to all our supporters, your contribution is very welcome!
We hope to work you all in 2022 from an other nice DXCC… Covid-19 permitting!
By the end of October we will have our DXpedition summary ready, please have a look at SV5/HB9COG 2021
Take care and keep safe!
Vy 73, Dan HB9Q for the SV5/HB9COG Team
HB9Q QRV 50 MHz EME with new antenna
Since April 2020 we are QRV 50 MHz EME with our new 4x7el x-yagi with full elevation. We TX circular and we RX adaptive, using Linrad, MAP65 and 4 instances of WSJT-X. During early April we enjoyed very much to work a good number of new initials.
If you are interested to work us, please drop as an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information go to 50 MHz band page
For more pictures go to Media/Foto page
For the HB9Q 50 Mhz EME Logger go to EME Logger
OE6V microwave DXpedition 3. to 7. February 2020
The OE6V DXpedition is history… it was a great experience to work at the OE6V QTH and meet all the very nice people!
For the full story and photos go to DXpedition OE6V Austria 2020
1x1el yagi and 60W QSO on 432 MHz EME
Please look for us on HB9Q (50 MHz – 10 GHz), N0UK (for 144 MHz) and ON4KST (for 50 MHz) loggers. We always announce our activity there.
We may be QRV on all bands (from 50 MHz to 10 GHz) at more or less any time including weekdays. If you like to work us, please let us know by e-mail email@example.com or just look for us when you are QRV, we may also be there!
Looking forward to work you soon!
Microwave skeds welcome!
- 1296 MHz: 1 yagi and 10 W or a 1.5m dish and 5 W
- 23xx MHz: 1 yagi and 20 W or a 1.5m dish and 10 W
- 3400 MHz: 1.5m dish and 20 W
- 5760 MHz: 1.5m dish and 10 W
- 10xxx MHz: 0.6m dish and 10 W