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w0rw @ Ice Station Zebra, 18 June, 1700z, 14061 kHz.

w0rw
 

I will be operating from Ice Station Zebra, <http://tinyurl.com/zgss4yu>.

Date:   18 June  2020.                      
Freq:   14061 kHz +/- 1.

Time:  1700z.

 

I will be using my   PRC319 "Lite", 

It looks like a real PRC319 but it has a  '1 Watter'  inside

 <http://www.kitsandparts.com/1watter-V3.php>,

driving a Pacific Antenna  10W amplifier  <http://www.qrpkits.com/10wamp.html> .

 It also has a QRPguys Digital Frequency counter in the display window

 <http://qrpguys.apps-1and1.com/smt-digital-dialcounter>, all sealed in a water tight, goat proof case.

 

 You can see photos of the 'PRC319 Lite' in the NAQCC Newsletter:

http://www.naqcc.info/newsletter_current.pdf


  It  weighs about 7 pounds with a 7S - 26650 LiIon battery pack.

barely enough weight to keep a whip vertical.

It looks like a real PRC319 but...’If you ever saw it you would say it Glows'... The frequency counter display glows red.

  The high temperature should be 68 F.

 

Paul w0rw

@ Ice Station Zebra, Colorado


k9ut2003
 

Paul, hope to hear you today, havent heard you from Ice Station Zebra  yet ! 

       73, Jerry K9UT



-----Original Message-----
From: w0rw <w0rw1@...>
To: 4sqrpio <4sqrp@groups.io>
Sent: Wed, Jun 17, 2020 7:23 pm
Subject: [4SQRP] w0rw @ Ice Station Zebra, 18 June, 1700z, 14061 kHz.

I will be operating from Ice Station Zebra, <http://tinyurl.com/zgss4yu>.
Date:   18 June  2020.                      
Freq:   14061 kHz +/- 1.
Time:  1700z.
 
I will be using my   PRC319 "Lite", 
It looks like a real PRC319 but it has a  '1 Watter'  inside
driving a Pacific Antenna  10W amplifier  <http://www.qrpkits.com/10wamp.html> .
 It also has a QRPguys Digital Frequency counter in the display window
 <http://qrpguys.apps-1and1.com/smt-digital-dialcounter>, all sealed in a water tight, goat proof case.
 
 You can see photos of the 'PRC319 Lite' in the NAQCC Newsletter:

  It  weighs about 7 pounds with a 7S - 26650 LiIon battery pack.
barely enough weight to keep a whip vertical.
It looks like a real PRC319 but...’If you ever saw it you would say it Glows'... The frequency counter display glows red.
  The high temperature should be 68 F.
 
Paul w0rw
@ Ice Station Zebra, Colorado