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Re: To ATU or not to ATU

Wayne Dillon
 

Hi Doc,
If your antennas are resonant there's no need for an ASTU, however if you are using one antenna for several bands (I'm thinking of a multiband doublet) then and ASTU is almost always mandatory. Simple rule of thumb: resonant-no ASTU, multiband largely non resonant-ASTU needed.
I've been experimenting with a 66' wire (watch for the write-up in a future edition of "The Banner"), specifically on 20m and the ASTU I'm using does not cause me any issues with attenuation of transmitted signal - that I know of. RBN was showing my CQ being picked up out in excess of 1500 miles.
Have a blessed day
Wayne - KC0PMH

On Tue, Jun 2, 2015 at 7:06 AM, Michael McEwen mcewenk5osa@... [4sqrp] <4sqrp@...> wrote:
 

Need advice...I have been advised that a tuner is not good for QRP if you can avoid it...my antennas are resonate.  Will an ATU such as the KX-3 one (or any ATU) degrade my transmitted (supposedly) 5W?
_ _ ...   .. _ _ _

Doc K5OSA - QTH: EM04sr
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Cellular Phone:  580 919-9205
Residence:  580 529-3412




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Re: To ATU or not to ATU

Dale Putnam
 

I've used the Elecraft T1 .. and measured very little loss.. across the tuner.
Lightweight, and very trail friendly. It will match to the common antenna designs
easily.
YMMV

Have a great day,
 
 
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To ATU or not to ATU

Michael McEwen
 

Need advice...I have been advised that a tuner is not good for QRP if you can avoid it...my antennas are resonate.  Will an ATU such as the KX-3 one (or any ATU) degrade my transmitted (supposedly) 5W?
_ _ ...   .. _ _ _

Doc K5OSA - QTH: EM04sr
ARRL  
4SQRP #801 - NAQCC #7625 - SKCC #10098
FISTS #17157 - OMISS #9886
LFSARC (Lawton/Fort Sill Amateur Radio Club)

Michael T McEwen
Lt Col, US Army, Ret

Cellular Phone:  580 919-9205
Residence:  580 529-3412


Youth

Michael McEwen
 

I want to provide an ARRL youth membership for a deserving kid in thanks for the wonderful support Wayne KC0PMH has given me...the youth must be in a family with no older licensed member...sorry, not my rule, it is ARRL.

PSE send name, call, address...

_ _ ...   .. _ _ _

Doc K5OSA - QTH: EM04sr
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FISTS #17157 - OMISS #9886
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Lt Col, US Army, Ret

Cellular Phone:  580 919-9205
Residence:  580 529-3412


For a kid

Michael McEwen
 

I want to give an ARRL youth membership to thank Wayne for what he has done for me...Send name, address, Call...of the young person...
_ _ ...   .. _ _ _

Doc K5OSA - QTH: EM04sr
ARRL  
4SQRP #801 - NAQCC #7625 - SKCC #10098
FISTS #17157 - OMISS #9886
LFSARC (Lawton/Fort Sill Amateur Radio Club)

Michael T McEwen
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Cellular Phone:  580 919-9205
Residence:  580 529-3412


Re: possible hill top operation

random.path
 

Hi Paul -

A number of us have operated HF Qrp from Cavanal over the past few years, particularly doing SOTA activations. There is a variable amount of RFI from the extensive antenna farm and associated support hardware on the hill - sometimes bad, other times not so bad.

Still, we've made many QSOs from there.

For more of a challenge, check out Sugarloaf Mountain nearby. Its quite a hike.

Anyway, learn more about SOTA at http://www.sota.org.uk/
and
http://www.sotawatch.org/alerts.php

You can find a number of peaks with access info in SE OK and SW AR at these websites.

Chip
Ae5ka


Re: possible hill top operation

WA0ITP
 

Forgot to ask earlier, is it a SOTA peak?
72 WAØITP
I love this radio stuff.
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On 6/1/2015 10:29 AM, Paul Smith psmith61@... [4sqrp] wrote:

Will do. I have had marginal luck operating portable for ten years or so. I think this should increase my odds hi

de Paul N0NBD



On Jun 1, 2015, at 9:20 AM, KB4QQJ@... [4sqrp] <4sqrp@...> wrote:

 

Looks like a great sight! Clear view of the horizon is more important than altitude, and it looks to have a very clear 360° view. Keep us posted....Let us know your call sign too so we know who to listen/call for.
 
73 for now,
Randy_KB4QQJ
 
In a message dated 6/1/2015 9:30:52 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time, 4sqrp@... writes:
 

This last weekend we moved our youngest son and family to Poteau OK. I assumed it would be flat and sandy. I found sandy ground with a mountain sticking out of it. Cavanal Hill is part of Poteau and is advertised as the world hight hill at 1999 ft. It is really 2385 ft to the summit. I have to haul another load down in a few weeks. I will try to operate from the summit . There is a park with picnic tables. I think it would be a blast….. IF it works here is a picture.





On second thought it is small compared to the Goatmans habitat. To a flatlander like me, it is TALL

de Paul N0NBD

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Re: possible hill top operation [1 Attachment]

WA0ITP
 

Great!!!� Will look for you.
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On 6/1/2015 8:30 AM, Paul psmith61@... [4sqrp] wrote:

This last weekend we moved our youngest son and family to Poteau OK. I assumed it would be flat and sandy. I found sandy ground with a mountain sticking out of it. Cavanal Hill is part of Poteau and is advertised as the world hight hill at 1999 ft. It is really 2385 ft to the summit. I have to haul another load down in a few weeks. I will try to operate from the summit . There is a park with picnic tables. I think it would be a blast�.. IF it works here is a picture.


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On second thought it is small compared to the Goatmans habitat. To a flatlander like me, it is TALL

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Re: possible hill top operation

Paul Smith
 

Will do. I have had marginal luck operating portable for ten years or so. I think this should increase my odds hi

de Paul N0NBD



On Jun 1, 2015, at 9:20 AM, KB4QQJ@... [4sqrp] <4sqrp@...> wrote:

 

Looks like a great sight! Clear view of the horizon is more important than altitude, and it looks to have a very clear 360° view. Keep us posted....Let us know your call sign too so we know who to listen/call for.
 
73 for now,
Randy_KB4QQJ
 
In a message dated 6/1/2015 9:30:52 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time, 4sqrp@... writes:
 

This last weekend we moved our youngest son and family to Poteau OK. I assumed it would be flat and sandy. I found sandy ground with a mountain sticking out of it. Cavanal Hill is part of Poteau and is advertised as the world hight hill at 1999 ft. It is really 2385 ft to the summit. I have to haul another load down in a few weeks. I will try to operate from the summit . There is a park with picnic tables. I think it would be a blast….. IF it works here is a picture.





On second thought it is small compared to the Goatmans habitat. To a flatlander like me, it is TALL

de Paul N0NBD


Re: possible hill top operation [1 Attachment]

kb4qqj
 

Looks like a great sight! Clear view of the horizon is more important than altitude, and it looks to have a very clear 360° view. Keep us posted....Let us know your call sign too so we know who to listen/call for.
 
73 for now,
Randy_KB4QQJ
 

In a message dated 6/1/2015 9:30:52 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time, 4sqrp@... writes:
 

This last weekend we moved our youngest son and family to Poteau OK. I assumed it would be flat and sandy. I found sandy ground with a mountain sticking out of it. Cavanal Hill is part of Poteau and is advertised as the world hight hill at 1999 ft. It is really 2385 ft to the summit. I have to haul another load down in a few weeks. I will try to operate from the summit . There is a park with picnic tables. I think it would be a blast….. IF it works here is a picture.





On second thought it is small compared to the Goatmans habitat. To a flatlander like me, it is TALL

de Paul N0NBD


possible hill top operation

Paul Smith
 

This last weekend we moved our youngest son and family to Poteau OK. I assumed it would be flat and sandy. I found sandy ground with a mountain sticking out of it. Cavanal Hill is part of Poteau and is advertised as the world hight hill at 1999 ft. It is really 2385 ft to the summit. I have to haul another load down in a few weeks. I will try to operate from the summit . There is a park with picnic tables. I think it would be a blast….. IF it works here is a picture.



On second thought it is small compared to the Goatmans habitat. To a flatlander like me, it is TALL

de Paul N0NBD


Re: Amp

Wayne Dillon
 

Hi Doc,
Well I finally located a plug that would accommodate the Heil adapter I canalized  to get you you up and running with your Heil headset, should be in the mail to you this week.
Vy 72/3 es God Bless de Wayne - KC0PMH

On Sun, May 31, 2015 at 5:37 PM, Michael McEwen mcewenk5osa@... [4sqrp] <4sqrp@...> wrote:
 

After a few days of being a bit under the weather, I'm feeling fine and have resumed "fine tuning" my qrp set-up.

One thing I am considering is giving my Icom 718 to my son and just going with an amp to augment my LD5 when necessary.  I've been running the ICOM at 50W just to compare it with 100W...not much diffference.  So, if I could get a linear that would boost my 5W to around 50, it would suit me just fine.  My new Hexbeam will make up the difference (when I can get it up)...right now I just using low wires and a hamstick dipole.

Suggestions for an amp for qrp?  40/30/20/17/15 CW and SSB needed...

May we all have a good June...and no more flooding for those of us in SW Oklahoma!
_ _ ...   .. _ _ _
Doc K5OSA - QTH: EM04sr
ARRL  
4SQRP #801 - NAQCC #7625 - SKCC #10098
FISTS #17157 - OMISS #9886
LFSARC (Lawton/Fort Sill Amateur Radio Club)

Michael T McEwen
Lt Col, US Army, Ret

Cellular Phone:  580 919-9205
Residence:  580 529-3412




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The Lord make His face shine upon you, and be gracious unto you
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Re: Amp

Charles W. Powell
 

Regarding the amplifier, if you like to build then get the HR-50.  It is a great piece of engineering and works really well.  I recommend the QSK module and the ATU.  If you don’t want to mess with a soldering iron, get the KXPA100 kit or built.  Difference is about $100 between assembled and not assembled. Again, I’m a big fan of the ATU.  The KXPA100 does require a key line to trigger it, whereas the HR-50 with QSK board has RF sensing and it can be operated with no additional interconnects.  I have both of these and they are both fine pieces of equipment.

Chas  NK8O


On May 31, 2015, at 18:54, Chris Clardy chrs_clardy@... [4sqrp] <4sqrp@...> wrote:

 

I remember going by lake Altus-Lugert in 2009 and thinking what a beautiful lake this would be, if it only had water in it. Amazing what the month of May can do.
73 KF5AFN



On Sunday, May 31, 2015 5:37 PM, "Michael McEwen mcewenk5osa@... [4sqrp]" <4sqrp@...> wrote:


 
After a few days of being a bit under the weather, I'm feeling fine and have resumed "fine tuning" my qrp set-up.

One thing I am considering is giving my Icom 718 to my son and just going with an amp to augment my LD5 when necessary.  I've been running the ICOM at 50W just to compare it with 100W...not much diffference.  So, if I could get a linear that would boost my 5W to around 50, it would suit me just fine.  My new Hexbeam will make up the difference (when I can get it up)...right now I just using low wires and a hamstick dipole.

Suggestions for an amp for qrp?  40/30/20/17/15 CW and SSB needed...

May we all have a good June...and no more flooding for those of us in SW Oklahoma!
_ _ ...   .. _ _ _
Doc K5OSA - QTH: EM04sr
ARRL  
4SQRP #801 - NAQCC #7625 - SKCC #10098
FISTS #17157 - OMISS #9886
LFSARC (Lawton/Fort Sill Amateur Radio Club)

Michael T McEwen
Lt Col, US Army, Ret

Cellular Phone:  580 919-9205
Residence:  580 529-3412






Re: Amp

Chris Clardy
 

I remember going by lake Altus-Lugert in 2009 and thinking what a beautiful lake this would be, if it only had water in it. Amazing what the month of May can do.
73 KF5AFN



On Sunday, May 31, 2015 5:37 PM, "Michael McEwen mcewenk5osa@... [4sqrp]" <4sqrp@...> wrote:


 
After a few days of being a bit under the weather, I'm feeling fine and have resumed "fine tuning" my qrp set-up.

One thing I am considering is giving my Icom 718 to my son and just going with an amp to augment my LD5 when necessary.  I've been running the ICOM at 50W just to compare it with 100W...not much diffference.  So, if I could get a linear that would boost my 5W to around 50, it would suit me just fine.  My new Hexbeam will make up the difference (when I can get it up)...right now I just using low wires and a hamstick dipole.

Suggestions for an amp for qrp?  40/30/20/17/15 CW and SSB needed...

May we all have a good June...and no more flooding for those of us in SW Oklahoma!
_ _ ...   .. _ _ _
Doc K5OSA - QTH: EM04sr
ARRL  
4SQRP #801 - NAQCC #7625 - SKCC #10098
FISTS #17157 - OMISS #9886
LFSARC (Lawton/Fort Sill Amateur Radio Club)

Michael T McEwen
Lt Col, US Army, Ret

Cellular Phone:  580 919-9205
Residence:  580 529-3412




Re: Amp

Jim Sheldon
 

Doc,
Don's completely on base with his suggestion for the KXPA100 from Elecraft.  Also, if you happen to go that route, I suggest you buy it as a kit.  You'll save a fair amount of money and the KXPA100 is, in my opinion the easiest of all the Elecraft kits to build.  I use mine with my KX3 and also with a 4SQRP SS-40RX/TX 40 meter transceiver as well.  If your QRP rig has adjustable output power you can set just about any power you want up to a little over 100 watts.  The built in SWR and Wattmeters makes it easy to set whatever you want.

Jim, W0EB

Sent from my iPad

On May 31, 2015, at 7:02 PM, Don Wilhelm w3fpr@... [4sqrp] <4sqrp@...> wrote:

Doc,

Take a serious look at the Elecraft KXPA100.  It will work FB with any QRP transceiver.  If you have a KX3, it will integrate quite nicely and you will have a complete 100 watt station.  Add the KXAT100 tuner for a complete solution.

The KXPA100 will autosense frequency, as will the tuner.  5 watts drive will give you 100 watts out.

As I indicated, it can be used with any QRP rig, but if you spring for the KX3 later, you will have a fully integrated 100 watt station.

73,
Don W3FPR

On 5/31/2015 6:37 PM, Michael McEwen mcewenk5osa@... [4sqrp] wrote:
 
After a few days of being a bit under the weather, I'm feeling fine and have resumed "fine tuning" my qrp set-up.

One thing I am considering is giving my Icom 718 to my son and just going with an amp to augment my LD5 when necessary.  I've been running the ICOM at 50W just to compare it with 100W...not much diffference.  So, if I could get a linear that would boost my 5W to around 50, it would suit me just fine.  My new Hexbeam will make up the difference (when I can get it up)...right now I just using low wires and a hamstick dipole.

Suggestions for an amp for qrp?  40/30/20/17/15 CW and SSB needed...

May we all have a good June...and no more flooding for those of us in SW Oklahoma!
_ _ ...   .. _ _ _
Doc K5OSA - QTH: EM04sr
ARRL  
4SQRP #801 - NAQCC #7625 - SKCC #10098
FISTS #17157 - OMISS #9886
LFSARC (Lawton/Fort Sill Amateur Radio Club)

Michael T McEwen
Lt Col, US Army, Ret

Cellular Phone:  580 919-9205
Residence:  580 529-3412



Re: Amp

Paul Smith
 

I was in SE OK for two days and there was plenty of water in the low grounds.
de Paul N0NBD





On May 31, 2015, at 5:37 PM, Michael McEwen mcewenk5osa@... [4sqrp] <4sqrp@...> wrote:


After a few days of being a bit under the weather, I'm feeling fine and have resumed "fine tuning" my qrp set-up.

One thing I am considering is giving my Icom 718 to my son and just going with an amp to augment my LD5 when necessary.  I've been running the ICOM at 50W just to compare it with 100W...not much diffference.  So, if I could get a linear that would boost my 5W to around 50, it would suit me just fine.  My new Hexbeam will make up the difference (when I can get it up)...right now I just using low wires and a hamstick dipole.

Suggestions for an amp for qrp?  40/30/20/17/15 CW and SSB needed...

May we all have a good June...and no more flooding for those of us in SW Oklahoma!
_ _ ...   .. _ _ _
Doc K5OSA - QTH: EM04sr
ARRL   
4SQRP #801 - NAQCC #7625 - SKCC #10098
FISTS #17157 - OMISS #9886
LFSARC (Lawton/Fort Sill Amateur Radio Club)

Michael T McEwen
Lt Col, US Army, Ret

Cellular Phone:  580 919-9205
Residence:  580 529-3412




Re: Amp

Don Wilhelm <w3fpr@...>
 

Doc,

Take a serious look at the Elecraft KXPA100.  It will work FB with any QRP transceiver.  If you have a KX3, it will integrate quite nicely and you will have a complete 100 watt station.  Add the KXAT100 tuner for a complete solution.

The KXPA100 will autosense frequency, as will the tuner.  5 watts drive will give you 100 watts out.

As I indicated, it can be used with any QRP rig, but if you spring for the KX3 later, you will have a fully integrated 100 watt station.

73,
Don W3FPR

On 5/31/2015 6:37 PM, Michael McEwen mcewenk5osa@... [4sqrp] wrote:
 
After a few days of being a bit under the weather, I'm feeling fine and have resumed "fine tuning" my qrp set-up.

One thing I am considering is giving my Icom 718 to my son and just going with an amp to augment my LD5 when necessary.  I've been running the ICOM at 50W just to compare it with 100W...not much diffference.  So, if I could get a linear that would boost my 5W to around 50, it would suit me just fine.  My new Hexbeam will make up the difference (when I can get it up)...right now I just using low wires and a hamstick dipole.

Suggestions for an amp for qrp?  40/30/20/17/15 CW and SSB needed...

May we all have a good June...and no more flooding for those of us in SW Oklahoma!
_ _ ...   .. _ _ _
Doc K5OSA - QTH: EM04sr
ARRL  
4SQRP #801 - NAQCC #7625 - SKCC #10098
FISTS #17157 - OMISS #9886
LFSARC (Lawton/Fort Sill Amateur Radio Club)

Michael T McEwen
Lt Col, US Army, Ret

Cellular Phone:  580 919-9205
Residence:  580 529-3412



Re: Amp

Joshua Gould, K8WXA <jg.k8wxa@...>
 

The only one that I can think of is the Hardrock 50. Can't recall the mfg right now, but it's a kit and it might do the trick. 

72,
Joshua Gould
K8WXA
EM89pn

KX3# 7480
NAQCC # 7704
OMISS # 9948
4SQRP # 990
FP # 3579

This message was sent from an iPhone. Please excuse any typos and the brevity of responses

On May 31, 2015, at 18:37, Michael McEwen mcewenk5osa@... [4sqrp] <4sqrp@...> wrote:

 

After a few days of being a bit under the weather, I'm feeling fine and have resumed "fine tuning" my qrp set-up.

One thing I am considering is giving my Icom 718 to my son and just going with an amp to augment my LD5 when necessary.  I've been running the ICOM at 50W just to compare it with 100W...not much diffference.  So, if I could get a linear that would boost my 5W to around 50, it would suit me just fine.  My new Hexbeam will make up the difference (when I can get it up)...right now I just using low wires and a hamstick dipole.

Suggestions for an amp for qrp?  40/30/20/17/15 CW and SSB needed...

May we all have a good June...and no more flooding for those of us in SW Oklahoma!
_ _ ...   .. _ _ _
Doc K5OSA - QTH: EM04sr
ARRL  
4SQRP #801 - NAQCC #7625 - SKCC #10098
FISTS #17157 - OMISS #9886
LFSARC (Lawton/Fort Sill Amateur Radio Club)

Michael T McEwen
Lt Col, US Army, Ret

Cellular Phone:  580 919-9205
Residence:  580 529-3412


Amp

Michael McEwen
 

After a few days of being a bit under the weather, I'm feeling fine and have resumed "fine tuning" my qrp set-up.

One thing I am considering is giving my Icom 718 to my son and just going with an amp to augment my LD5 when necessary.  I've been running the ICOM at 50W just to compare it with 100W...not much diffference.  So, if I could get a linear that would boost my 5W to around 50, it would suit me just fine.  My new Hexbeam will make up the difference (when I can get it up)...right now I just using low wires and a hamstick dipole.

Suggestions for an amp for qrp?  40/30/20/17/15 CW and SSB needed...

May we all have a good June...and no more flooding for those of us in SW Oklahoma!
_ _ ...   .. _ _ _
Doc K5OSA - QTH: EM04sr
ARRL  
4SQRP #801 - NAQCC #7625 - SKCC #10098
FISTS #17157 - OMISS #9886
LFSARC (Lawton/Fort Sill Amateur Radio Club)

Michael T McEwen
Lt Col, US Army, Ret

Cellular Phone:  580 919-9205
Residence:  580 529-3412


Re: Big Brutus Bash, Sep 11, 12, 13

W0IIT
 

"And, its possible that Bill - KV6Z will give us a challenge with a fighter kite.

Quoted from K5EST’s email.

LET THE KITE WARS BEGIN!!!!!!!!

cu es 72, Bart W0IIT
Pittsburg, KS
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SKCC=1139, NAQCC=#588 FIST=#5819, 
Zombie=#500, Geratol=#1000
 

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