Contest ervaring met de sunsdr2

In de lzdx contest van het vorige weekend voor het eerst cwskimmer gebruikt samen met n1mm en door die positive ervaring nu de cqww gewerkt met de sdr en skimmer.je haalt zeker er wel voordeel uit met zoeken naar multipliers je ziet dan bv exotische calls staan in de bandmap van n1mm, je klikt op de call in de bandmap en de radio volgt, echt super ik  werkte er vu,a71 ,ba, en een stel japanners door die ik anders zeker gemist zou hebben,er is  helaas is er ook wel vals alarm doordat er halve calls of een letter van de prefix mist.

de sunsdr heeft wel beperkingen , er is 1 ad converter voor het antenne signaal, wel 2 ontvangers maar die zal je op de zelfde band moeten gebruiken of genoegen nemen met een radio zonder  band filters want zet je rx1 op 7mc en rx2 op 14 mc schakelt de radio on naar een heel breed ingangs filter ipv band filters . dit is wel jammer want dan zou je een paar banden kunnen skimmen en nu moest ik genoegen nemen met alleen  skimmen op de band waarop je werkt.

De software die bij de sunsdr zit, is een groot voordeel in een contest  , die bandscope is echt geweldig de scope van de 7700 is compleet waardeloos vergeleken met de sdr.Het zoeken naar stations gaat super door  die band scope. er is geen grass op de sdr scope te zien en zelfs het zwakste signaaltje laat een afdruk achter in de waterval,op de 7700 zie je alleen de s9 signalen en verder heb je er geen fluit aan.

als het om ontvangst gaat wint toch de 7700 het van de sdr het geluid is gewoon veel mooier als van de sdr ,dus dan maar de twee aan elkaar gekoppeld en kijk naar het sdr scherm en luister /zend met de 7700

Ik ga toch wel verder experimenteren met sdr maar dan denk ik aan  softrock voor het maken van een cwskimmer voor meerdere banden met een actieve rx loop antenne die  moet dan wel klaar zijn voor de volgende cqww.

Tijdens  de contest wel wat problemen gehad, de remote tuner werkte niet meer en van die moet ik het wel hebben  om de 17 meter vertical te kunnen gebruiken, er stond water in de tuner.daardoor de deltaloop moeten gebruiken en die is niet zo gunstig in een contest door het richtings effect,op de 10 meter had ik problemen met hf in de shack en daar werkte mijn toetsenbord en muis niet meer als de zender op 10 meter in de lucht kwam,toetsen bord en muis van ferriet voorzien en toen ging dat ook weer.

 

a few mp3’s from the sunsdr2pro

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Here are a few recordings made with sunsdr2 and audacity using a vac total are there 9 virtual audio cables configured for transmit audio, rx 1/2 audio and 4 lines for cwskimmer,and use cwtype as cw keyer program:

 

W9SN 3520 Khz 26-11-2015  –  rst 549

 

A ssb sample in dutch  from  3603 Khz plm 0600 UTC 26-11-2015

 

DF2BO on 7160 Khz lsb  0745 UTC 26-11-2015

 

IN3EBZ on 3543 Khz 0630 Utc 27-11-2015

http://www.qrz.com/db/IN3EBZ/?dxc=1

sunsdr

 

 

latency remote operated sdr

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Had some problems with latency when using the sunsdr2 remote,

cw was almost impossible when using laptop with internal audiocard.

tried asio4all driver it improved a little but still making lots of errors,

dots and stripes varied in length,sounded like i was using a hand key.

now use an usb asus xonar7 its cheap and latency is as low as 4ms,

you can set the buffers at minimum (256) and use 48000hz and 24 bit

sampling,it works perfect.

I use cwtype as cwkeyer and shurr portable paddle connected to a hardware comport (usb-rs232 cable – FTDI chipset),

then a virtual comport to connect cwtype to expertsdr2, also n1mm

is connected to expertsdr2 using another virual port for cat and cwkeying.

cwskimmer is connected via cat ,telnet and virtual audio cables to expertsdr2 and sending spots via telnet to rbn network and n1mm (for logging and bandmap).

I use the highest settings for filters and still no problems with latency (7681 taps)

I am using expertsdr2 version 1.1.0 beta5 (pc is a laptop i7 3,5ghz and 16GB memory and a nvidia videocard (did not try this with a slower laptop yet. )

https://www.asus.com/us/Sound-Cards/Xonar_U7/

 

u7

 

Update 27-11-2015

after serveral tests made the buffers all as low as possible – 256 then it works fine but when recording with audacity and browsing on the web at the same time as transmitting cw dots start to mis and some times rx audio breaks shortly

contest cqwpx 2015

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on 14035 jou hear a station from Japan –  JE1C

14.024 you hear bd3rx

at the end jou hear a weak Australian – VK3JA on 14019

later vk3ja got stronger :

and China BA7IO also on 20m:

HL1VAU/4    South Korea

found an old clip on youtube its hl1vau in a pile up on 30 meters

he’s a verry good cw op.

and here is 7j1yaj

LZ1IF qso met Ivan on 18.068 22 may 2015

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attempt to make a video with dslr,need a video lamp so the video quality sucks but audio is ok ( hi.)

RBN reports for LZ1IF

ON5KQ    LZ1IF 18068.7 CW CQ 34 dB 23 wpm 1254z 22 May
OL5Q      LZ1IF 18069.1 CW CQ 9 dB 23 wpm 1247z 22 May
HA6PX     LZ1IF 18068.7 CW CQ 2 dB 23 wpm 1247z 22 May
OH6BG    LZ1IF 18068.7 CW CQ 25 dB 24 wpm 1247z 22 May
DJ3AK     LZ1IF 18068.7 CW CQ 13 dB 24 wpm 1247z 22 May
KM3T      LZ1IF 18068.7 CW CQ 11 dB 23 wpm 1247z 22 May
ON5KQ   LZ1IF 18068.7 CW CQ 39 dB 23 wpm 1247z 22 May
SM6FMB LZ1IF 18068.9 CW CQ 27 dB 24 wpm 1247z 22 May
UA4M     LZ1IF 18068.7 CW CQ 8 dB 23 wpm 1246z 22 May
DF4UE    LZ1IF 18068.7 CW CQ 15 dB 23 wpm 1243z 22 May
DJ9IE     LZ1IF 18068.7 CW CQ 10 dB 23 wpm 1243z 22 May
GW8IZR LZ1IF 18068.7 CW CQ 20 dB 23 wpm 1243z 22 May
DF7GB   LZ1IF 18068.7 CW CQ 15 dB 23 wpm 1243z 22 May
SM6FMB LZ1IF 18068.9 CW CQ 6 dB 23 wpm 1238z 22 May
TF3Y       LZ1IF 18068.6 CW CQ 4 dB 23 wpm 1234z 22 May
DQ8Z     LZ1IF 18068.7 CW CQ 1 dB 23 wpm 1234z 22 May
HA6PX    LZ1IF 18068.7 CW CQ 7 dB 23 wpm 1233z 22 May
WZ7I     LZ1IF 18068.7 CW CQ 5 dB 23 wpm 1233z 22 May
KM3T     LZ1IF 18068.6 CW CQ 6 dB 25 wpm 1233z 22 May
UA4M     LZ1IF 18068.7 CW CQ 10 dB 24 wpm 1233z 22 May
DJ9IE     LZ1IF 18068.6 CW CQ 11 dB 23 wpm 1233z 22 May
GW8IZR LZ1IF 18068.7 CW CQ 24 dB 23 wpm 1233z 22 May
OH6BG   LZ1IF 18068.7 CW CQ 28 dB 24 wpm 1233z 22 May
DJ3AK    LZ1IF 18068.7 CW CQ 12 dB 23 wpm 1233z 22 May
EA5WU  LZ1IF 18068.9 CW CQ 13 dB 23 wpm 1233z 22 May
EA5WU LZ1IF 18068.9 CW CQ 13 dB 23 wpm 1233z 22 May
DF7GB LZ1IF 18068.7 CW CQ 17 dB 23 wpm 1233z 22 May
ON5KQ LZ1IF 18068.7 CW CQ 36 dB 24 wpm 1233z 22 May
DL1EMY LZ1IF 18068.7 CW CQ 10 dB 23 wpm 1232z 22 May
DF4UE LZ1IF 18068.7 CW CQ 16 dB 23 wpm 1232z 22 May
DQ8Z LZ1IF 18068.4 CW CQ 1 dB 23 wpm 1228z 22 May
DK9IP LZ1IF 18068.4 CW CQ 3 dB 23 wpm 1228z 22 May
HA6PX LZ1IF 18068.4 CW CQ 2 dB 23 wpm 1223z 22 May
KM3T LZ1IF 18068.4 CW CQ 5 dB 23 wpm 1223z 22 May
UA4M LZ1IF 18068.4 CW CQ 22 dB 24 wpm 1223z 22 May
DJ9IE LZ1IF 18068.4 CW CQ 17 dB 23 wpm 1223z 22 May
WZ7I LZ1IF 18068.4 CW CQ 2 dB 23 wpm 1223z 22 May
GW8IZR LZ1IF 18068.4 CW CQ 23 dB 23 wpm 1223z 22 May
OH6BG LZ1IF 18068.4 CW CQ 29 dB 23 wpm 1223z 22 May
DJ3AK LZ1IF 18068.4 CW CQ 12 dB 23 wpm 1223z 22 May
EA5WU LZ1IF 18068.6 CW CQ 14 dB 23 wpm 1223z 22 May
EA5WU LZ1IF 18068.6 CW CQ 14 dB 23 wpm 1223z 22 May
DF7GB LZ1IF 18068.4 CW CQ 24 dB 23 wpm 1223z 22 May
ON5KQ LZ1IF 18068.4 CW CQ 41 dB 24 wpm 1223z 22 May
SM6FMB LZ1IF 18068.6 CW CQ 27 dB 23 wpm 1223z 22 May
DL1EMY LZ1IF 18068.4 CW CQ 7 dB 23 wpm 1222z 22 May
DF4UE LZ1IF 18068.4 CW CQ 16 dB 23 wpm 1222z 22 May

Recordings 10 meter ARRL contest 2015

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KP2M


VE9ML


RD0A


RV9XE


UR6IM


RY7G


KK9K


N8II


SV2JAO


UI5F


Recordings 10m arrl cw 2014

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CN3A


AA3B


EV1R


UA6CC first with PA5TT second qso with WO4O


EA5FV


ZF2DX


darc in de omroepband

Neues Medienangebot des DARC :

“RADIO DARC” im 49m Rundfunkband

Redaktion 24.02.15

Wie uns OM Rainer Englert, DF2NU, OVV von München-Süd C18 soeben mitteilt, wird der DARC e.V. in Kürze einen eigenen Radio-Sendeplatz auf Kurzwelle bekommen. Heute sind entsprechende Verträge über die Zulieferung von Programminhalten mit der Intermedicom GmbH unterzeichnet worden. Ein Projektteam aus C18 möchte über diverse Sendedienstleister ein ansprechendes wöchentliches DX-Magazin aufsetzen welches von Funkamateuren für Funkamateure gemacht ist und aktuelle Meldungen aus der Szene, Marktberichte, Technik-Tipps, DX-Meldungen, Interviews und ähnliches beinhalten wird; dazu tolle Musik aus den 70er und 80er Jahren. Vorbild sollen die legendären früheren Sender wie Radio Noordzee International, Radio Veronica und Radio Caroline sein.

Die erste Ausstrahlung eines DARC-Radioprogramms ist für Sonntag, den 22. März 2015 um 11:00 Uhr MEZ (10 Uhr UTC) auf 6.070 kHz im 49m Rundfunkband gebucht worden wobei 100 kW Output zur Verfügung stehen. Am Montag den 23.03.2015 um 17:00 Uhr MEZ wird die Sendung auf 10kW Ausgangsleistung reduziert auf der selben Frequenz wiederholt.

Die komplett spendenfinanzierte Ausstrahlung erfolgt zunächst über zwei Sendepartner, einmal über die österreichische ORS GmbH & Co KG und zweitens über die oben erwähnte Intermedicom GmbH welche einen selbst gebauten 10 kW Kurzwellensender in der Nähe von Ingolstadt betreibt. Der Inhaber dieses Unternehmens ist selbst Funkamateur (DB8QC), weitere Infos dazu unter www.channel292.de

Möglich wurde dieses Projekt erst durch den weitgehenden Rückzug der  kommerziellen und staatlichen Rundfunkanbieter. Die nun verwaisten KW-Frequenzen interessieren kaum noch jemanden. Nicht so die Funkamateure, einige nutzten nun die neuen Möglichkeiten um Sendedienstleistungsunternehmen zu gründen.

Wir können gespannt sein was sich hier entwickelt, warten wir mal die ersten Sendungen ab.

IC7700 rx koppelen met een tweede rx (trx)

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Afgelopen zaterdag met de icoms bezig geweest een ic 7700 heeft geen 2 onvtanger,dat is af en toe wel lastig dus de 2 icoms op de volgende manier aan elkaar gezet:

beide sets met microkeyer u2r aan pc gekoppeld,trx 1 gebruikt een usb3 voor cad en audio in en out,trx 2 gebruikt rs232 voor cad en spdif in en out voor de audio

ik gebruik n1mm als logger, en trx2 als spotting rx en trx1 als zend ontvanger ,als ik iets interessants gevonden heb zet je met ALT F5/F6 de freq en mode van trx2 in trx1 en kan het station werken, ook split werken word zo makkelijker omdat de het DX station kan horen en je  ook naar de aanroepende stations kan luisteren. keyer/microfoon schakelt om door de u2r (winkeyer)

hier het simpele schemaatje:

trx 1 en 2 koppelen

op trx2 is 18 db verzwakking ingeschakeld en gebruikt de digisel , trx1 gebruikt digisel of preamp 1 de ruis niveaus van de beide rxen zijn hetzelfde  . ik kan zenden met trx1 en omdat de voedingspanning van de lna afgeschakeld word kan ik met trx 2 op dezelfde frequentie luisteren en het signaal van trx1 is dan s5 a s6 bij (200W out)    ik was van plan bandfilters voor de preamp te zetten maar het is tot nu toe nog niet nodig geweest.de LNA is van 10 tot 600 Mhz in orginele toestand maar ik heb een aantal C’s vervangen door grotere om de preamp geschikt te maken voor 1,8 en 3,6 Mhzhet mooie is dat ik met 2 drukken op 2 antenne selectors alles weer in de originele stand kan brengen dus zonder de lna,normaal bij contesten  gebruik ik trx 1 als zend ontvanger en trx2 als spotting receiver.

digisel is de digitale preselector van ICOM de preamps zijn dan uit.

op 21 tm 50 mhz evenaart trx2 met lna en att op -6db digisel aan, trx1 met preamp 2 aan.

Het lijstje met frequenties voor mijn winradio 315e

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Ik gebruik een winradio 315e als ontvanger, en heb daarvoor een overzicht gemaakt van frequenties die ook interessant kunnen zijn voor anderen.

de freqs van de navo zijn een richtlijn je moet in de ontvanger in de buurt van die frequenties laten zoeken zoeken, je vind dan vanzelf uitzendingen.

Luchtvaart :

online : http://www.vliegtuigenspotter.nl/liveatc.php

118.0750 Amsterdam Approach / Departure (Back-Up)
118.1000 Amsterdam Tower secundair
118.2750 Amsterdam Tower West
118.4000 Amsterdam Arrival (Primair)
118.8000 Amsterdam Radar wachtgebied Noordzee
118.9500 Amsterdam Tower Back-up
119.0500 Amsterdam Approach / Departure oost
119.1750 Vluchtinformatie Noordzee-Noord
119.2250 Amsterdam Tower primair
119.9000 Amsterdam Tower Back-Up
120.5500 Amsterdam Radar wachtgebied IJsselmeer
120.8750 Amsterdam emergency frequentie
121.2000 Amsterdam Approach / Departure TMA west
121.5000 Internationale emergency frequentie
121.6500 Amsterdam Startup Control
121.7000 Amsterdam Groundcontrol Zuid
121.7750 Sleepkanaal Zuid / Proefdraaien
121.8000 Amsterdam Groundcontrol Noord
121.8750 Sleepkanaal Noord
121.9000 Amsterdam Groundcontrol West
121.9750 Amsterdam Clearance Delivery
122.4250 Amsterdam Groundcontrol Back-Up
123.7000 Amsterdam Radar sector 5 (Noord-West)
123.8500 Amsterdam Radar sector 3 (Zuid)
124.3000 Vluchtinformatie Noordzee (Over land)
124.8750 Amsterdam Radar sector 2 (Oost outbound)
125.7500 Amsterdam Radar sector 4 (Zuid-West)
126.2000 Amsterdam Meteo
127.7750 Amsterdam Radar sector 3 (Zuid) Back-up frequentie
128.5750 Amsterdam Radar sector 2 (Oost inbound)
130.9500 Amsterdam Radar sector 3 (Zuid inbound)
131.1500 Amsterdam Arrival (Secundair)
134.3750 Amsterdam Radar sector 1 (Noord)
134.8750 Sleepkanaal toren
136.6500 Vluchtinformatie Noordzee-Zuid
234.4000 Vluchtinformatie Noordzee-Noord
243.0000 Internationale emergency frequentie
338.3000 Vluchtinformatie Noordzee (over land)
339.4750 Amsterdam Approach / Departure UHF
369.3000 Amsterdam Approach / Departure UHF
371.1250 Vluchtinformatie Noordzee-Zuid
Militair

232.8500 Dutch Mil ACC
233.1000 Nieuw Milligen
233.7000 Nieuw Milligen
234.1500 De Kooy Finals
234.5500 Nieuw Milligen
234.8000 De Kooy Tower
235.0000 KLU Airforce
235.0500 Nieuw Milligen
242.1500 Nieuw Milligen
243.0000 Noodfrequentie
245.7500 KLU Air to Air
248.3500 Dutch Mil ACC
254.4000 Rapcon West
256.7000 Dutch Mil Recon
260.0500 Dutch Mil Info
262.8000 KLU Noodkanaal
264.3250 Dutch Mil Info
266.0500 Dutch Mil
268.5000 Dutch Mil
276.1000 Dutch Mil Rapcon
276.6500 Dutch Mil Info
280.2500 De Kooy Approach
281.4750 Rapcon West
282.8000 Reddingsfrequentie
284.4750 Rapcon West
284.8000 Dutch Mil
289.0500 Vlieland Range
306.7000 Nieuw Milligen
311.2000 De Kooy Approach
322.0000 Reddingsfrequentie
336.9000 Gevechtsleiding
337.2500 De Kooy Approach
337.6000 Gevechtsleiding
338.0250 Quick TOD
341.5500 De Kooy Approach
344.0000 NATO Director
354.7000 KLU Air to Air
355.4000 De Kooy Approach
360.8750 Bandbox
360.6500 TMA Monitor
362.0000 De Kooy Tower
375.8750 Rapcon West
388.8000 KLU Air to Ship

Luchtvaart Overig

109.2000 De Kooy VOR
118.8000 Ameland Radio
119.1000 De Kooy Approach
119.7000 Militair verkeer
120.7000 Leeuwarden Tower
120.8750 Emergency Channel
122.1000 Militaire Airports
123.2500 De Kooy Tower
125.1750 De Kooy Radar
125.9250 Dutch Mil
131.7500 Kustwacht Air
132.3500 Dutch Mil Info

Vliegbasis Leeuwarden

120.7000 Leeuwarden Tower
122.1000 Leeuwarden Approach
123.3000 Leeuwarden Final
140.1000 311 SQN. Wing Ops Skido
140.1250 322 SQN. Greenhouse
140.1750 311 SQN. Wing Ops Colby
140.8750 323 SQN. Diana/Polly Ops.
245.3500 Leeuwarden Wing OPS
247.6750 Leeuwarden Tower
257.8000 NATO Leeuwarden Tower
278.5250 303 SQN. SAR ‘JackPot’ OPS
279.5250 Leeuwarden Director
281.5500 Leeuwarden Ground
290.9500 Leeuwarden Approach
292.6500 Leeuwarden Inflight
296.7500 SAR Leeuwarden
299.4000 Leeuwarden Groundcontrol
328.3750 323 SQN. Diana OPS / Final 2
231.9500 Leeuwarden MOM
311.4500 Leeuwarden Approach
336.4500 Leeuwarden Finals
337.0000 Rapcon North
341.6000 332 SQN. OPS
360.6250 TMA-A Monitor
261.3500 Leeuwarden DIR
363.2000 ‘GreenHouse’ Wing OPS
362.1500 Leeuwarden Finals
362.3000 NATO Approach
363.1500 Leeuwarden Tower
363.2000 Wing OPS
369.2000 Vlieland Cornfield Range
373.3250 322 SQN. Polly OPS / Final 1
379.6000 Leeuwarden Approach
385.4000 Nato Finals Leeuwarden
387.2000 323 SQN. OPS
385.4000 Nato Finals Leeuwarden
387.2000 323 SQN. OPS

meer mil luchtvaart

242.7000 Paradropping “Bingo”
244.3500 Eindhoven Ops 334 Sqn, Whitehorse
247.4250 Dutch Mil RAPCON VOLKEL / EINDHOVEN
257.8000 NATO Tower
264.3250 Dutch Mil info
278.0500 Eindhoven Arrival
279.1000 Paradropping “Bingo”
281.1500 Eindhoven Tower
294.6000 Eindhoven Rapcon ?
335.7500 Eindhoven Inflight Report
336.7600 Eindhoven Training KDC-10
339.5250 Eindhoven Paradropping “Bingo”
344.0000 NATO Director
362.3000 NATO Approach
369.2500 Eindhoven Ground Control
369.8750 Eindhoven Final (pri)
371.3250 Eindhoven Final (sec)
372.0250 Dutch Mil RADAR UAC 4
379.9250 RAPCON SOUTH EINDHOVEN
385.4000 NATO Final
121.9250 Eindhoven Ground
122.4500 Eindhoven Final
123.1750 Rapcon South
124.5250 Eindhoven Arrival
126.0250 Eindhoven ATIS
131.0000 Eindhoven TowerScheepvaart:

SCHEEPVAART

Marifoonkanalen en Frequenties

VTMS- Vessel Traffic Mangment System

Aanroep naam kanaal frequentie
TCH Traffic Centre H v H 11 156.5500
TCR Traffic Centre Rotterdam 11 156.5500
RPA Rotterdam Port Autorithy 11 156.5500
HCC Haven Coordinatie centrum 19 161.5500
vervoer gevaarlijke stoffen 14 156.7000
De Sectoren

Aanroep naam kanaal frequentie
Maas approach 1 160.6500
Pilot Maas 2 160.7000
Maas Entrance 3 160.7500
Rozenburg 65 160.8750
Europoort 66 160.9250
Maassluis 80 161.6250
Botlek 61 160.6750
Oude Maas 62 160.7250
Eemhaven 63 160.7750
Waalhaven 60 160.6250
Maasbruggen 81 161.6750
Brienenoord 21 161.6500
Bruggen

De Spijkenissebrug : 161.5000
HIER kan je luisteren naar de communicatie tussen het schip en de brugwachter.

Aanroep naam kanaal frequentie
Caland brug 22 161.7000
Rozenburg sluis 22 161.7000
Hartel brug 22 161.7000
Botlek brug 18 161.5000
Spijkenisse brug 18 161.5000
Erasmus brug 18 161.5000
Koninginne brug 18 161.5000
van Brienenoord brug 20 161.6000
Loodsdienst 161.0750
Gebruikte frequenties voor SAR e.d

frequentie kanaal omschrijving

P2000 alarmeringn van de reddinsboot
123.1000 AM search and rescue vliegtuig/heli
156.0000 00 KNRM reddings kanaal
156.3750 67 nood en veiligheids verkeer
156.8000 16 Den Helder Rescue
161.7000 82 kustwacht verkeer/ veiligheids berichten
161.8500 25 Kustwacht post Ouddorp
164.6300 – HCC Haven coördinatie centrum
164.9500 04 KNBRD o.a Hellevoetsluis
164.9900 01 KNBRD o.a Rockanje
165.0100 02 KNBRD o.a Rotterdam
165.1700 03 KNBRD o.aOuddorp/Stellendam
282.8000 NATO SAR

Bootnaam Ligplaats

Bruinvis Ter Heijde
Christien Stellendam
Griend Ouddorp
Jan van Engelenburg Scheveningen
John Steegers Veere
Kap. Hazewinkel Hoek van Holland
Prinses Margriet Stellendam
Willempje Stellendam binnenkant dam
SAR heli van de Marine Pedro 02

Frequenties Rotterdam Port Autority
169.8300, 169.84375, 169.85625
TCH of TCR kanaal 11 156.5500
wordt aangeroepen met RPA

Haven Coördinatie Centrum 164.6300

VTMS- Vessel Traffic Mangment System

Aanroep naam kanaal frequentie
TCH Traffic Centre H v H 11 156.5500
TCR Traffic Centre Rotterdam 11 156.5500
RPA Rotterdam Port Autorithy 11 156.5500
HCC Haven Coordinatie centrum 19 161.5500
vervoer gevaarlijke stoffen 14 156.7000

De Sectoren

Aanroep naam kanaal frequentie
Maas approach 1 160.6500
Pilot Maas 2 160.7000
Maas Entrance 3 160.7500
Rozenburg 65 160.8750
Europoort 66 160.9250
Maassluis 80 161.6250
Botlek 61 160.6750
Oude Maas 62 160.7250
Eemhaven 63 160.7750
Waalhaven 60 160.6250
Maasbruggen 81 161.6750
Brienenoord 21 161.6500
ROEIERS
Stad 158.4700
Botlek 160.1100
Europoort 160.5500

Kanalen voor onderling verkeer, roeiers, slepers, dokmeester

159.9300 en 160.5100 mhz
De politie Rotterdam Rijnmond gebruikt diverse heli’s van de KLPD.
De heli’s maken ook regelmatig vluchten boven het havengebied
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Het roepnaam van deze heli is de Rijnmond 2222. En maakt ook o.a gebruik van bovengenoemde frequenties.

Rijkswaterstaat
157.5000-162.1000 en op 157.8500 -162.4500
en de gebruikelijke marifoonkanalen

navtext:

http://www.dxinfocentre.com/navtex.htm
Hoek van Holland:
Broadcasting ID 425.
Datalink speed 200 baud.
Oude frequentie 287.5 kHz.
Nieuwe frequentie 312,5 kHz.

Vlieland:
Broadcasting ID 428.
Datalink speed 200 Baud.
Oude frequentie 299.5 kHz.
Nieuwe frequentie 294.0 kHz.

de deltavissers:
26.830 werkkanaal, 26.870 werkkanaal en 26.930 noodkanaal.

26.930 op dit kanaal ieder halfuur een weerbericht dat door
kustwacht Ouddorp wordt uitgezonden,
dit bericht wordt tegelijkertijd uitgezonden
op marifoonkanaal 25 -161.850.

NAVO

ik vond deze mp3 ergens op het net :

4196.0 Naval Military style CWC tracking net USB
5368.0
5725.0 UK Royal Navy CWC-style net USB.
6884.0
6688.0 French Strategic Air Force Net
6712.0 French Air Force Commandement
6733.0 RAF TASCOMM YL weather traffic
6761.0 USAF Global refueling Operations USB
6877.0 USAF Psyop transmissions against Libyan Navy + jamming
8200.0
9019.0 UK RAF TASCOMM USB TAF weather traffic.
9031.0 UK RAF TASCOMM USB Operational Messages + TAF weather traffic
9375.0
10125.0
10315.0 DHN 66 NATO Geilenkirchen GER E-3 AWACS/Magic to DHN66 Link USB
10404.0
12311.0 French Air Force
16160.0 French Air Force


Wat meer over de winradio 315e , werkt best goed en op hf soms beter dan de 7700 met ontvangst van zwakke CW signaaltjes,maar dat vergt wel wat instellen met agc op auto is het allemaal niet zo best.

De 315e is van mijn werk en gebruik het met mijn laptop om mobiel naar storigen te zoeken,we hebben een groot tetra net op de maasvlakte met 2 gekoppelde sites en een analoog spraaksysteem in de waalhaven(ect/euromax/city terminal),op alle terminals zijn er draadloze data netwerken voor agv’s en allerlei mobiel computer spul.We hebben dan ook een fsh8 en een pr100 in de auto,maar gebruik net zo goed de 315 en een rtl stick,moet er serieus gemeten worden dan halen we een r&s  met de peil antennes uit de tas..

Het tetranet bestaat uit rohill en hytera apparatuur, het analoge is hoofdzakelijk motorola met ook wat kenwood spul erbij.

Receiver type DSP-based SDR with DDS-based dual-conversion superheterodyne front end
Frequency range 9 kHz – 1800 MHz
(3500 or 8599 MHz with optional AMFE unit)
(except cellular radiotelephone frequencies where required by law)
Tuning resolution 1 Hz
Mode AM, AMS, LSB, USB, DSB, ISB, CW, FM
(wide-FM with optional WFM demodulator)
Image Rejection
2-100 MHz: 60 dB typ.
100-1000 MHz: 50 dB typ.
IP3 0 dBm @ 20kHz
Spurious-free dynamic range 90 dB
MDS -135 dBm
Phase noise -148 dBc/Hz @ 100 kHz
Internal spurious Typically less than equivalent antenna input of -105 dBm
RSSI accuracy 2 dB typ.
RSSI sensitivity -137 dBm
Bandwidth 50 – 15000 Hz (adjustable in 1 Hz steps)
230 kHz (WFM option only)
Scanning speed 50 channels/s
Sensitivity(AM/SSB/CW 10dB S/N)

(FM 12dB SINAD)

Mode 0.15‑500 MHz 500‑1800 MHz
AM, AMS (30% modulation) ‑108dBm
(0.89µV)
‑104dBm
(1.4µV)
AM, AMS (80% modulation) ‑116dBm
(0.35µV)
‑112dBm
(0.56µV)
LSB, USB, ISB, DSB ‑119dBm
(0.25µV)
‑115dBm
(0.40µV)
CW ‑126dBm
(0.11µV)
‑122dBm
(0.18µV)
FM ‑113dBm
(0.50µV)
‑109dBm
(0.80µV)
WFM (WFM optiononly) ‑104dBm
(1.40µV)
‑102dBm
(1.78µV)
Intermediate frequencies
IF1: 109.65 MHz
IF2: 16 kHz
Roofing filter 2 x 4-pole 20 kHz crystal filter
Tuning accuracy 1 ppm (25°C ±2°C)
Frequency stability 0.5 ppm (0 to 60° C)
Antenna input 50 ohm (SMA connector)
Maximum input level +18 dBm
Output Digitized IF and audio signal over USB interface
Interface USB (1.0 and 2.0 compatible)
Dimensions Length: 166 mm (6.5″)
Width: 97 mm (3.8″)
Height: 41 mm (1.6″)
Weight 430 g (15.1 oz)

de pr100 gebruik ik ook wel eens voor zaken die niets met werk te maken hebben …hi… het is een stukje speelgoed van 45000 Euros (ex btw):

met de pr 100 op 30 meter (met een slechte antenne voor 30m) http://youtu.be/2AT90Nld13c

WSPR Beacon App Video

KX3 Companion

Hi everyone,

first this I want to wish you all a Merry Christmas.

I’m actually out to my parents home town and enjoying some good time with family.

But before closing the laptop I want to share with you an explanatory video made by Julian, an ham radio operator and expert, about my WSPR Beacon App.

It seems that the app is becoming very popular and I’m very happy about that. Thanks to Julian I become aware of a great ham radio operator community: the RaDAR – Rapid Deployment Amateur Radio  (https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/109283065808971118728). He also runs a very interesting blog: SurvivalTechNord (http://www.survivaltechnology.net/)

I’m working on update fixing some bugs (on some devices the settings are not saved) and doing some changes to the database link reporting using WSPRnet.org old database interface that is more readable in my opinion.

Thanks a lot everyone for your…

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Vandaag eerste qso met een ander FISTS lid – PA3GBK —24-12-2014

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Het was leuk een verbinding te maken met Aeilko want door zijn verhaaltje over FISTS in het technonet ben ik op de FISTS website gaan kijken en ook lid geworden

hieronder is het hele qso het eerste deel is Aeilko nog bezig met een G station.

de frequentie was 7028Khz

http://www.dxwatch.com/qrz/PA3GBK

http://pa4n.xs4all.nl/bandmap.html

de webstte van Fists : https://fists.co.uk

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More stations in arrl cw 10meter contest 2014

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UA6AK


UA6CC and PA5TT


UA6CC and WO4O


UI5F


UT5EO


CN3A


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RJ4P


RL3BZ


RU6AV


RW7M


SV2JAO


EA5FV


RL4A


UA6HZ


UR6IM


UZ2FWB


5B/RN3QO


EV1R


KP2M


RV9XE


RY7G

More 9-11 with Phillip Marshall

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Bij het opschonen van mijn hd vond ik deze mp3.

http://thebigbamboozle.tumblr.com

this is an example of wat you can find on the big bam boozle

FROM FALSE FLAG 9/11 BY PHILIP MARSHALL

The hijackers’ training records from several U.S. flight schools indicate that they were marginal pilots, at best, even in single-engine airplanes. In early 2000, three of the pilot/hijackers are heavily documented at a small flight school near Venice, Florida, while the fourth attended schools in Arizona and California. This would account for the basic flight training of the pilots but in no way can explain the expert level of airmanship required for the 911 hit.

Dozens of reports focused on the pilot/hijackers Mohamed Atta, Hani Hanjour, Ziad Jarrah and Marwan al-Shehhi. Flight instructors around the United States told similar stories of attempting to train them. All four had a very difficult time in their basic training on small, single-engine airplanes. The English-speaking instructors repeatedly cited the language barrier with the Arabic-speaking students as a major obstacle and said that they had encouraged the students to quit. Obviously, this language issue had found a solution by 911; the only logical solution is that Arabic-speaking flight instructors were used, more specifically, Arabic-speaking Boeing flight instructors.

By using small flight schools for basic flight training, the cell remained below the radar, while the pilots’ documented use of the schools could be counted on later to provide some sort of explanation (albeit a very weak one) as to how they learned to fly these complicated heavy jets, and might help keep investigators off the trail of the real training. But the leap from a small 4,000-pound single-engine propeller airplane to a 300,000-pound twin-engine jetliner needs a specific explanation. For instance, it took me 20 years, dozens of ground school courses and 15,000 hours between my first lesson and taking command of my first commercial airliner. Adding computer games and outdated simulators to their training was a helpful step, but until they actually felt the yoke and added the hours of experience it takes to understand the momentum of a heavy 767, they would be all over the sky and completely out of control. Not only were they under control, they flew above the average skills required to operate in an airline environment. This miraculous leap has only one explanation: expert and repeated training in the actual Boeing 757 or 767. And by all indications, this took place in the final months of preparation, during the spring and summer of 2001.

There are two different worlds in aviation — the general single-engine airplane world with a service ceiling of 10,000 feet and a top speed of around 200 miles per hour, and the commercial swept-wing jetliner world at 40,000 feet and Mach numbers for speed calculations. Little within that first world prepares the pilot for the second, high-altitude world.

So began my search for Middle Eastern operators of Boeing airliners. Because the hijackers were mostly Saudi Arabian, the firm of Dallah Avco, a Saudi operator of multiple private Boeing airliners, soon stood out as a focal point. To my amazement, I immediately discovered that Congressional investigators had already linked Dallah Avco with the actual hijackers. Omar Bayoumi, a Dallah employee and operative within the Saudi Ministry of Aviation, had provided housing and basic support for three hijackers: Nawaf al-Hazmi, Khalid al-Mihdhar and the pilot/hijacker of American 77, Hani Hanjour.

FBI evidence of the cell would confirm that the hijacking team of American 77 had formed and operated separately with direct financial support from top-level members of the Saudi government, bitter enemies of al Qaeda. The picture was beginning to clear.

From this point in the research, the guilt needle began pointing steadily toward Saudi Arabia, in part because 15 of the 19 hijackers were Saudis. With every new piece of evidence, that needle does not fluctuate. As the focus narrowed on San Diego, the footprints of a large Saudi contingent began to appear. Congressional investigators had found, within buried FBI files, evidence that United States Senators would later call “undeniable” that top Saudi officials had known that terrorists were entering the U.S. beginning in 2000 in preparation for some sort of attack. These same officials are among those who work with American oil companies and regulate the flow of crude oil to the United States, the same Saudi officials that regulate the price that has gone from $30 per barrel to over $140 post 911.

One Saudi official in particular, Prince Bandar bin Sultan, Saudi Ambassador to the United States from 1983 to 2005, was quickly traced to direct funding of the hijackers, through cashier’s checks, not from him he would say, but from his wife. Alabama Senator Richard Shelby, Maine Senator Susan Collins and Florida Senator Bob Graham learned that Saudi officials had directed agents in the United States to assist the future hijackers. These senators would quietly back out of the investigation after the White House threatened them with “leaking classified information” and a criminal probe. Senator Graham was told in no uncertain terms to back off and shut up in telephone calls from Vice President Cheney. This evidence alone on the Saudis provided more plausibility than two chapters of KSM’s ramblings. Here was opportunity to provide airplanes and instructors for hijackers who were solidly linked to Saudi operatives working for Prince Bandar.

Something about this jogged my memory. In the spring and summer of 2001, I had noticed an odd airplane frequently parked on the corporate ramp at Lindbergh Field in San Diego. My schedule in 2001 was heavy with San Diego trips and I became curious about the highly unusual airplane with its tail number registration HZ-124. The heavy four-engine Airbus A340, normally configured for 400 seats and painted with airline livery, was unmarked and painted like a private jet. A search of the tail number disclosed that the owner was Prince Bandar bin Sultan, Saudi Arabia’s Ambassador to the U.S.

The Saudi aviation presence in San Diego was part of the puzzle. Dallah Avco could easily provide the Boeings, simulators, instructors and all the required training needed to explain the hijacker’s flying proficiency. The remaining mystery was where the training took place.

As I read through the 911 Commission’s report, I noticed that something had drawn all the hijackers out west on several occasions. The 911 Commission reported that each pilot/hijacker had made multiple trips to Las Vegas in the spring and summer of 2001; the commission had “no explanation” for this destination. But, logically, the vast Mojave and Sonoran Deserts would be the perfect training ground for practicing a high-to-low-altitude, coordinated attack.

Initially, I focused on the many airline storage airports scattered throughout the southwestern deserts, where various airliners come and go without drawing much attention. Major airlines operate leased aircraft owned by investment banks. As an airline’s fleet requirements change, planes are routinely parked while new lease agreements are negotiated. The dry desert preserves the planes’ avionics and interiors while they sit, sometimes for years at a stretch. As I conducted a search throughout the deserts using Google Earth, one airport north of Tucson began to stick out.

At the same time, from several old Iran-Contra sources I began hearing about a hush-hush airport used by the government contractor and mercenary outfit Blackwater, to train covert, special operations flight crews. I soon learned that major flight training had been conducted in the middle of the night with military and civilian airplanes in top-secret fashion. Blackwater is one of several operators that use the very airport I had run across — Pinal Airpark, a secluded desert facility near the town of Marana, Arizona, and near the former home of Saudi Arabian pilot Hani Hanjour, the hijacker pilot of American 77. I discovered that over 80 perfectly airworthy commercial airliners are scattered around the airport and heavily guarded by a mercenary army with covert Saudi ties. The opportunities are perfect to “borrow” a Boeing for unlimited and undocumented air training in the dedicated practice range over the desert. The means and the opportunity to slip hijackers in for training were all in place.

Investigative author Jeremy Scahill had also discovered Pinal and written extensively about it in his 2007 book Blackwater: The Rise of the World’s Most Powerful Mercenary Army. He traced Pinal’s four-decade history of clandestine paramilitary activity, from Vietnam and the famous opium cargo outfit dubbed Air America to today’s government contracts in the “War on Terror,” such as the so-called Torture Taxi flights to U.S.-run detention facilities in Afghanistan. Scahill reports that these untraceable contracts govern operation of Blackwater’s fleet of Casa 212 cargo planes that frequent Pinal. He reports that Blackwater’s president Gary Jackson has been bold in bragging that Blackwater’s “black” contracts are so secret, he could not tell one federal agency about Blackwater’s work with another.

“Air Blackwater,” previously known as Aviation Worldwide Services, formed in early 2001, just when the 911 hijackers were in the final stages of training. Public statements said they were to provide “military training operations and aviation transport” for the U.S. government. AWS was then acquired by Blackwater in 2003, as the Iraqi occupation was getting under way. Gary Jackson announced that the new aviation department “complements our strategic goal of providing a ‘one stop’ solution for all of our customer’s security and tactical training needs.” “Tactical training,” of course, raises a red flag. Evergreen International, an aviation company whose board includes the former head of the CIA’s air operations, has taken over management of Pinal while the government doles out no-bid, untraceable “black” contracts to Blackwater, Aero Contractors, International Air Response, Evergreen, SA Incorporated and a host of others.

From False Flag 9/11 by Philip Marshall- Chapter 16

It takes a close reading of an innocuous-looking statement within the 911 Commission’s report to realize that a huge entourage of the longtime Saudi Intelligence Minister, Prince Turki al Faisal, was in Las Vegas on September 11, 2001. Tucked in the back of the report was an account of three separate chartered airliners carrying dozens of Saudis, departing from Las Vegas on midnight transatlantic flights beginning on September 19th.

We now know that this group, including Prince Turki, with deep connections to Saudi Arabia’s secret police, was in Las Vegas during the time that the 911 Commission could not explain why all the hijackers had made trips to Las Vegas. The roster of Saudi officials in the United States on September 11 includes the Defense Minister, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, the Minister of Aviation and the head of Dallah Avco Group, in addition to Prince Turki and of course Prince Bandar, Saudi ambassador to the U.S. In addition, the head of two of Saudi Arabia’s holiest mosques stayed at the same hotel as the all-Saudi hijackers of AA77 — at the Marriott Residence Inn in Herndon, Virginia — on the night of September 10th. In the week after the attack, there were a dozen chartered flights with high-ranking Saudi officials that left from Las Vegas, Newark, Boston and Washington, all cities, by the way, with direct links to the hijackings. By September 24, 2001, they had all returned home.

The British Observer reported that the widely feared Prince Turki al Faisal had a long, mutually hostile relationship with Osama bin Laden. Turki, with American connections (he would become Saudi Ambassador to the U.S. after Prince Bandar), was funding bin Laden’s mujahedeen against the Soviets in Afghanistan in the 1980s, but the partnership with bin Laden ended soon after. More recently, the entire Saudi royal family had become the prime target of al-Qaeda for their relationship with American oil companies. Of great interest is the Observer’s reporting that pilot/hijacker Mohamed Atta left Hamburg soon after making contact with Prince Turki’s intelligence agents in early 2000. Atta’s destination, after a brief stop in Pakistan, was Huffman Aviation, the small school in Florida where he began basic flight training. He was soon joined by Jarrah and al Shehhi. They told people in Venice that they were bodyguards with the Saudi government and needed to learn to fly airplanes.

The prince’s entourage entailed a perfect opportunity for the Raiders to get the needed Saudi Boeing flight instructors into the country, and exit after the attacks without anyone interviewing them. The chartered departures from Las Vegas were a four-engine DC-8 for Geneva on September 19, 2001 with 69 passengers, including 46 Saudis; a Boeing 727 for England with 18 Saudis on September 20; and on September 23, a jumbo Lockheed L-1011 for Paris. Only 34 passengers were listed on that plane, which has a capacity of nearly 400. On that flight was Prince Turki.

No one in the government will say just who cleared these flights to leave without interviewing even one of the passengers. Prince Bandar said on Meet the Press in September 2001 that the FBI cleared the flights. The FBI said that they did not clear the flights.

Prince Turki and Prince Bandar have more connections to Arabic-speaking Boeing flight instructors than anyone else in the world. The means and opportunity to slip the hijackers into Pinal Airpark or other facilities for training were theirs. The motive was a world-changing event. The Saudis would benefit greatly not only from the targeting of al-Qaeda but from an American invasion of Iraq, one that they had begged for after the first Gulf War. Dick Cheney would guarantee Prince Bandar that America was going to invade Iraq months before anyone informed the United States Congress.

In November 2001, Prince Turki expressed his public support for the U.S. operation in Afghanistan, referring to al-Qaeda as an “evil cult.” By calling out bin Laden for complicity in the attacks, he would be helping to “sic” the world against his greatest enemy, an enemy that has made several assassination attempts against the Saudi royal family. In the winter of 1998, three buried suitcases had been found in Saudi Arabia containing nine antitank Sagger missiles. The Saudis learned that al-Qaeda was intending them for use against the royal family. Former FBI Director Louis Freeh told The New Yorker, “From where I sat and from what I knew … Al Qaeda was more a threat to Saudi Arabia than to the U.S. and bin Laden’s whole focus was on toppling the royal family and getting the U.S. forces out of Saudi Arabia.”

FROM FALSE FLAG 9/11 BY PHILIP MARSHALL

Ultimately, the evidence that September 11th was an al-Qaeda operation rests entirely on the confessions of one man, Khalid Sheik Mohammad. We now know that KSM, as he’s been dubbed in various reports, learned the hard way to remember his role in 911. Naked and with his feet bound to a wooden board, KSM’s lower half was elevated and buckets of water were slowly poured into his nasal passages. Unable to breathe, with water entering his lungs, he would have been sure that he was drowning. The natural human reaction is to survive and the only way to survive is to tell the aggressor whatever he wants to hear. It’s that simple. The main reason we don’t use waterboarding here in America is that it simply doesn’t provide truth, only words to stave off imminent death. After two years of this treatment and a year of sleep deprivation, snarling dogs and humiliation, KSM also “confessed” to every evil act under the sun over the past 15 years — to planning 31 other attacks around the world.

We later learned that his interrogation was videotaped, but the tapes mysteriously vanished. The 911 Commission, taking its cue from the Bush administration, referred to the deranged KSM as a “super terrorist” or “terrorist entrepreneur.” In June 2008, KSM appeared in a military court at Guantanamo. Shackled and rambling incoherently, his initial complaint was that the court-appointed artist had botched his profile, specifically that his nose was drawn much too large. After the vanity issue, his next complaint was another ramble about having been tortured for the previous five years.

The President himself informed the nation in a September 2006 speech about the success of the waterboard. Referring to another detainee, Abu Zubaydah, al-Qaeda’s so-called planning chief, Mr. Bush said, “We knew that Zubaydah had more information that could save innocent lives, but he stopped talking. As his questioning proceeded, it became clear that he had received training on how to resist interrogation. And so the CIA used an alternative set of procedures. I cannot describe the specific methods used — I think you understand why” — with a pause — “but I can say the procedures were tough. After he recovered, Zubaydah was defiant and evasive. He declared his hatred of America. During questioning, he at first disclosed what he thought was nominal information — and then stopped all cooperation. Well, in fact, the ‘nominal’ information he gave us turned out to be quite important. For example, Zubaydah disclosed Khalid Sheikh Mohammed — or KSM — was the mastermind behind the 9/11 attacks.”

The 911 Commission Report concluded that KSM was the “mastermind” of these attacks, with financial and logistical support from Osama bin Laden. But the Commission’s conclusions — or assumptions — are based entirely on thirdhand testimony. Remarkably, no one from the commission was allowed to talk with KSM or even with KSM’s interrogators. Americans have been given proofs that amount to little more than words from men behind the curtain. After torturing a prisoner, our government releases his “confessions” to the media with no question as to its authenticity, just as the “confession” tapes of Osama bin Laden give us another unverified source of disinformation. When we consider that only one in seven Americans can find Iraq on a map, the deception is like taking candy from a baby.
Astonishingly, the 911 Commission’s final report states the following, within a warning-style box:

The following chapters on the 911 plot rely heavily on information obtained from captured al-Qaeda members… . Assessing the truth of statements by these witnesses … is challenging. Our access to them has been limited to the review of intelligence reports based on communications received from the locations where the actual interrogations take place. We submitted questions for use in the interrogations, but had no control over whether, when, or how questions of particular interest would be asked. Nor were we allowed to talk to the interrogators so that we could better judge the credibility of the detainees and clarify ambiguities in the reporting. We were told that our requests might disrupt the sensitive interrogation process.

This testimony wouldn’t be allowed in traffic court but in the Post-911 World, this is all we need in order to know who planned the massacre of 3,000 people on 911. The New York City Fire Department lost 343 men; the NYPD lost 23; nearly 200 people jumped to their deaths from the burning towers; United and American lost 33 crew members and 314 passengers; airport security was defeated; the United States military was defeated; the American economy was ruptured; we have warrantless wiretaps, two wars with 4,000 dead American soldiers, another hundred thousand physically and mentally disabled and perhaps another one million dead in the Middle East. Yet thirdhand hearsay from a waterboarded captive is all we care to offer by way of explanation or closure.

Even if we grant these two chapters of hearsay, there is, as noted earlier, still no accounting for the advanced tactical knowledge, logistical support or aviation training required for the mission.

for more visit : http://thebigbamboozle.tumblr.com

http://www.infowars.com/cia-killed-phillip-marshall-for-leaking-911-secrets-dr-kevin-barrett/

Rode M3 aanpassen op IC7700

Het aansluiten van Rode M3 en proel 100usb preamp gaven wat probleempjes;xlr studio apparatuur leverert  teveel signaal voor de microofoon ingang van de icom 7700.

Als eerste in de microfoon plug aan de tranceiver kant  een kleine condensator geplakt, de plus aan de kant van de zender om de +8 te blokkeren.

Er moest ook een demping komen om het signaal wat beter op de icom aan te bieden.De demping gemaakt als T netwerk met twee 1k weerstanden en een 15 ohm weerstand , werkt goed .

680 en 10 ohm weerstanden en 1:1 trafootjes (600ohm) besteld bij conrad en als dat binnen komt maak ik de definitive kabel,met betere aanpassing balanced-unbalanced dmv  een  600 ohm 1:1 scheidings trafo.

zonder het T netwerk moet ik de mic gain bijna helemaal dicht zettten en met T netwerk staat die op 11 uur, voor de C heb ik een smd (2,2 uFd elco) genomen die ik van een sloop printje heb gehaald de 3 weerstandtjes en C tje passen net in de 8 polige mic connector.

Deze trafootjes zijn heel goedkoop en ga deze proberen:

516686-da-01-de-Uebertrager_300_3500Hz  (4 a 5 euro)

of deze :

739708-da-01-en-Uebertrager_1_55V_600_Ohm ,


een jensen jt-11 zou veel beter zijn maar die is wel erg duur (70 euries) dus die heb ik niet aangeschaft het gaat hier immers niet om hifi maar om ssb  met een band breedte van pak-em-beet 200-3000Hz.

datasheet van de jensen : jt-11p-1hpc

1-1_Jensen


http://www.nu9n.com/tx.html   pagina met de info over aansluiten/kabels ,op de site van nu9n staat heel veel info over microfoons ssb/audio en een handige calculator.

http://www.nu9n.com/tpad-calculator.html

http://www.nu9n.com/home.html

http://www.nu9n.com/scope_your_audio.html

nog meer websites met handige tips:

http://www.angelfire.com/electronic/funwithtubes/Amp-Tone-A.html
http://www.ekswai.com/en_highpass.htm
http://makearadio.com/tech/tone.htm
http://www.muzique.com/lab/swtc.htm
http://cromwell-intl.com/radio/tone-control.html

http://members.chello.nl/~w.hofman/pa8w/audio3.htm


Proel tube100usb

Over de pre amp:de naam geeft niet veel vertrouwen lijkt veel op prul,en ook uit het land van herkomst – italie komt nog al eens rommel…. maar het viel mee het preampje werkt prima en ziet er leuk uit met blauwe led in de meter De  Proel tube100usb is een preamp met usb uitgang voor de pc en balans in en uitgangenvoor de audio, het gebruikt een buisje als versterker

pluspunten van de proel tube100usb :

1: de bass roll off is traploos regelbaar.

2: led vu meter voor mic in

3: analoge meter voor uitgangs signaal.

4: potmeter om verzadeging van de buis in te stellen (donker/warmer of helder geluid)

5: en een voice enhancer wat eigenlijk alleen een boost is rond de 1-3 khz.

6: uitstekende geluids kwaliteit  laag ruis niveau – grote klasse……..

proel_tube100usb

TUBE100USB (1)

min punten heb ik nog niet gevonden


De RODE M3 ,daar kan ik heel kort over zijn een heel goed klinkende en gebouwde microfoon,en belangrijk helemaal niet duur volgens de testers klinkt hij beter dan pro condensator microfoons die 3 maal duurder zijn ,prijs was in november 2014 69 Euro bij BAXSHOP in Goes,en 75 Euro in Brielle ,de microfoon hangt in een psa 1 arm ook van rode  met een shockmount van een onbekend merk.

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-Wel de bestelde spullen zijn binnen gekomen en bij bax-shop een neutrik  nte10/3  trafootje besteld en die word gebruikt voor de aanpassing.

De  aanpassing

Uiteindelijk is het onderstaande schema  geworden met toonregeling ,eigenlijk heel simpel  en voldoet prima, de elco is hier.68 uF …maar hier kan je zelf mee nog experimeniteren ,eerst had ik de weerstandjes en elco in de microfoonplug gepropt,maar nu zijn alle onderdeeltjes op een experimenteer printje geplaatst en zit  in een metalen doosje,massa van ic7700 en proel preamp zitten aan het aanpassingskastje dit had ik in eerst instantie vergeten en leverde een mooie 50hz brom op,verder gekozen voor een nte10/3 trafootje,de uitgangs impedantie van de preamp is 75 Ohm met de 1:3 trafo maken we er dan 225 van en – een 1:10 was beter geweest maar die had ik niet liggen.de ic7700 heeft een eq voor de microfoon en zelfs met bass minimaal en treble max was de audio niet helder genoeg naar mijn zin,met deze toonregeling ertussen heb ik de eq van de ic7700 zo ingesteld: bass in de middenstand en treble plus 4 dat is op 80% van max ,de potmeter van het aanpaskastje staat op max treble.tx band breedte van de ic7700 staat op 200-2900Hz voor de widestand,  200-2800 mid en 300-2800 nar ,en op de preamp een is de roll off van af 200Hz ingesteld.

de 10 ohm weerstand in het t-pad vervangen door 50 ohm.

het schema:

toonregelins

Voor het tekenen van het schema heb ik tinycad gebruikt

een GRATIS teken programaatje heel simpel te gebruiken

hier kan je het vinden : http://sourceforge.net/projects/tinycad/


volgende project is een peiker tm168 en een electret van 10 eurocent ik,heb nu genoeg onderdelen om mee te knutselen.

73’s pa5fn

13-14 december 2014 – weekend of the ARRL 10m contest

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log : 10mcw

Made a few qso’s and recorded some ,i deleted the noise and spaces between qso’s

K2NV

K2NV and WA3AAN


K2LNS


W1UE



K1RO


W2CDO


W4CB


N3RE


AA3B


KK9K


W5KFT


ZF2DX


K1VMT


W5KFT


N8II

VE9ML 

Qso in nederlands 7077

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Dit is een voorbeeld van een qso op 7077,

altijd trekt een qso in nederlands  gekken aan die moeten fluiten of de boel op aan andere manier moeten verstoren en dat is op 80 trouwens niet veel beter

in het vorige bericht stond een opname in het duits op 7065 qso duurde meer dan een uur maar ik hoorde geen enkelevorm van storing

CQWW cw 2014

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log:cqww pa5fn reports from rbn network:rbn 28030nov

I like this contest and always try to make some qso’s,

i recorded a few of the qso’s ,i put the calls as  tags on the recordings so that they can be found by the participants.

VE7GL and PA3HCC


W1AW/3


K1DG


DK0NO


NR4M

TC0A


W2FU


YE1ZAT


K0RF


N5NU


N9RV


WK1Q