The hamkit I use

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Notes about the equipment I use(d):

(Most photos can be clicked for an larger version.)


2020-10-07

Today I received a few new x-tals for my Kenwood TR-2200. They seem to work, so I can now use this set as a monitor receiver for the local repeater.


2020-10-01

After a few days tinkering, drilling and soldering, I now have a feed-through for 4 antenna-cables: Tfeedthrough.jpg


2020-02-01

Years ago, I inherited a Kenwood TR-2200. The last few days, I checked it and it still works.


2020-01-01

With the invaluable assistance of PE0FKO, we repaired my old FT290R.
See here for a description of the repair.


2019-09-01

Obtained an old (but functional) oscilloscope, on the "Radiomarkt Zuid-Limburg". TP1010575.jpg


2018-10-27

Also not really hamkit, my latest headphone … and I think it's great!

  • ncheadphone.jpg Sony WH1000 XM3 noise-canceling headphone

I used it on a long train trip, and simply didn't hear the train!


2018-04-15

Not really hamkit, but it has a remote-control transmitter in our 13cm band:

  • squadkopter.jpg Quadkopter: Jamara Aldi JQC Altitude / JQC

Flying is fun, but the camera is broken.


2018-04-03

Currently my main transceiver: Icon IC7100


2017

NEC 110, actually borrowed from PE0FKO


About 2014

Manson EP-925: 12V (3…15V), 30A power-supply.
Purchased on an secondhand-market in Greifswald.
ep925f3.jpg


1983-12-29

My first, my own, ham-transceiver: FT-290R (Mk1)
TP1010518.jpg TP1010520.jpg
Currently (2018) the audio-output fails.


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Author: Jon Krom : See Colophon

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