New wall brackets for supporting a pole and my new Yaesu G-450 rotator, WIMO SHF-2344 yagi for 23cm, EAntenna EA270ZB13 yagi for 2m and 70cm and masthead pre-amplifier unit for 23cm
Recently my Dad made me some custom wall brackets. I will be using the brackets to support a pole and my new Yaesu G-450 rotator, WIMO SHF-2344 yagi for 23cm, EAntenna EA270ZB13 yagi for 2m and 70cm and masthead pre-amplifier unit for 23cm.
Simple workshop technique that shows how to straighten Microbore copper tube using basic workshop tools
This post shows a technique I’ve used to straighten 10mm Microbore copper tube and forms one of a series of video’s I’ve made to show how I’ve constructed my Quadrifiliar Helix antenna or QFH as it’s more commonly known.
Real-time spot information by band for active amateur radio operators around the world via the DX cluster network
Over the last few days I have been working on first phase of integrating real-time DX cluster information to my new website so I can view activity on the go.
Checking feasibility of receiving and transmitting Amateur Television (ATV) between M0NWK QTH and Lincoln Cathedral repeater GB3VL
When I was thirteen years old, I remember hooking up an old Amstrad analogue satellite receiver to a homebrew yagi antenna to receive amateur radio television (ATV) from Lincoln repeater GB3VL. That was as far as I got with ATV until a recently.
New QTH page added to M0NWK website
I’ve just added a new QTH page to my website that contains latitude, longitude, grid square and WAB square details.
Click here to view.
Using a capacitor to block DC voltage in the Humax Foxsat satellite receiver for 23cm Amateur Television (ATV)
To receive 1.3 GHz (23cm) digital Amateur Television (ATV) transmissions from my local repeater GB3VL, I am using a Humax Foxsat HD/GB (click here for user manual) digital satellite receiver.
National Hamfest 2017 express tickets on sale now!
Welcome to the weird world of numbers stations
Known to exist since World War I, numbers stations are believed to have been used or still being used, for transmission of coded messages to intelligence officers operating in foreign countries.
Welcome to M0NWK’s new website!
I will be posting lots of amateur radio related information here so be sure to take a look on a regular basis.