EA6VQ's 144 MHz EME station
RF & AF schematic diagram

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Photos of my shack and antennas | Portable operations | Multi-op. activities | The VIPS station

  1. 4 way 50 Ohm splitter

  2. 2 way 50 Ohm splitter

  3. HF-400 coax relay

  4. SSB-Electronic LNA-145 low noise preamplifier (MGF-1302)

  5. 8 M2 2M5WL antennas (aprox. 23 dBD gain)

  6. Bird 43 power meter

  7. Antennaworks power amplifier (8877)

  8. 70w driver brick amplifier

  9. Tohtsu CX520D coax relay

  10. Kenwood TS-790E transceiver

  11. Coax. "T"

  12. SSB-Electronic K-2001 144 MHz to 28 MHz converter

  13. RFspace SRD-IQ software defined receiver

  14. Timewave DSP-599zx audio filter

  15. Heilsound Pro Set Quiet Phone headset

  16. Communications speaker

  17. AR2 TRS04VD Transmit/Receive Sequencer

  18. West Mountain Radio Rigblaster plus digital communications interface

  19. Heathkit uMatic keyer

  20. DELL Latitude D630 laptop (Core2Duo 2.4 GHz, 2Gb RAM), running Windows XP professional

  21. 22" ACER monitor. Connected to the laptop as a secondary monitor, so I can use both the 22" and the laptop monitors simultaneously.

  22. Linrad. Software Defined Receiver software, showing a 160 kHz bandwidth. Allows to monitor the whole EME segment simultaneously.

  23. VAC (Virtual Audio Cable).  Reroutes the audio output of Linrad (22) to WSJT (24), internally without cables.

  24. Instance #1 of the WSJT program, just for decoding the signals received by Linrad

  25. Instance #2 of the WSJT program, used to decoding the signals received by the TS-790 and also for transmitting.

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