Does anyone have information on the SSB electronics MV 432 Preamp? The
PC board is labled "MV 432 V" with country W- Germany.
Specifications, hookup or schematic would be appreciated. I already did
a Google search and other than a photo of a "MV432 S" version. I could
locate nothing. The "MV432 S" version PCB in the photo is not the same
as the one I have acquired.
The team of Teresina DX Group and Labre - PI is preparing a DXpedition to the Santa Isabel Island ( IOTA SA 025 DIB PI-01 ) and Pedra do Sal Lighthouse ( ARLHS BRA-070, DFB PI-03 ) in the coast of the state of Piauí in northeastern Brazil.
Call Sign: ZW8B
02º45" S * 41º45" W
Grid Locator: GI97de
The DXpedition Will be starting the 16:00 UTC the day 02 to 06 of june 2010.
The operations include bands from 160 to 10 meters (SSB, PSK31 and RTTY), including 6 meters, 144 MHz ( SSB / FM / CW ) and the satellites ( SSB / FM / CW ): AO-7 ( A and B ), FO-29, AO-51, VO-52, SO-50, HO-68, SO-67 ( if active ) and ISS in repeater mode if active. We Will Be in all orbits, please track your favorite satellite. We will be there.
QSL via PS8HF
MILTON LIMA RIBEIRO
RUA MAZERINE CRUZ, 2673
64076-040 TERESINA - PI,
PS8BBC, PS8DX, PS8ET, PS8HF, PS8NF,
Equipments for Satellites: ( Exclusives for Satellites Comunications )
TS 2000X and TM-D710
2x7 for 2m ( Home Made ) with preamp
436CP30 for 70 cm ( M2 ) with preamp
FD ST2 Satellite Antenna Tracking Interface
Santa Isabel Island Pictures : http://www.parnaiba.com.br/pedra_do_sal.htm
We would like to receive the cooperation of the Control Team of the satellites: AO-51, HO-68 and SO-67 to facilitate the operation modes or activate the satellites when the footprint of them are reaching the island, including activations in their schedules during the DXpedition. We will be grateful.
73' and Good Dx'
Teresina Dx Group
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From: Stan Horzepa <stanzepa(a)sbcglobal.net>
Sent: Mon, Apr 26, 2010 7:23 pm
Subject: [tapr-announce] TAPR at the Dayton Hamvention (May 15-16, 2010)
Dayton Hamvention is the biggest gathering of ham radio operators on
the planet and as usual, TAPR has a full slate on tap for the
Hamvention weekend (May 14-16, 2010).
Booths 455 through 458 in the Ball Arena of the Hara complex is where
TAPR presents the latest advances in the state of the ham radio arts.
TAPR Digital Forum:
TAPR Digital Forum runs from 9:15 to 11:15 AM on Friday in Room 1 of
the Hara Arena with the following schedule of presentations, moderated
by Mark Thompson, WB9QZB:
9:15 – TAPR Update by Steve Bible, N7HPR, and Scotty Cowling, WA2DFI
9:30 – WL2K Network and its RF Portals by Rick Muething, KN6KB, and Vic
10:00 – TAPR Project Design for Manufacturing, by Scotty Cowling, WA2DFI
10:30 – Putting HPSDR on the Internet, by John Melton, G0ORX/N6LYT
11:00 – Wrap-up
Friday evening, TAPR joins AMSAT for their fourth annual joint banquet
at the Kohler Presidental Banquet Center, Kettering, OH (just south of
Dayton). Dr. Bob McGwier, N4HY, will be the after dinner speaker.
Doors open at 6:30 PM and a cash bar will be available. A buffet dinner
begins at 7:15 and includes Salmon with Newberg Sauce, Marinated
Roasted Garlic Rosemary Chicken Breast in Lemon Butter Sauce, Marinated
Pork Loin, Scalloped Potatoes with Parsley, Normandy Blend Green Beans,
Fresh Fruit, Green Salad, Pie, Iced Tea, Hot Tea and Coffee.
Make reservations for the banquet online at the AMSAT Store <http://www.amsat-na.com/store/item.php?id=100158> or contact
Martha at the AMSAT office from 10 AM to 6 PM EST/EDT at 301-589-6062
or toll free at 888-322-6728. You can pick up your reserved tickets at
the AMSAT booth on Friday or at the door.
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