Lemvig – JO46CM
Tower 40m asl + 18m tower.
Contest setup :
144MHz: 4x4elm homebrew dk7zb towards SM+OK fixed QTF 80 deg
2x11elm Dual Yagi YU1CF on top rotable 360 deg
6x5elm YU1CF towards SW DL+PA fixed QTF 195 deg
432MHz: 2x23elm Dual Yagi rotable 360 deg
1296 MHz SHF-2367 Wimo – cut down to 56 elements
Small tower 9m + 2″ toppipe – JO46CM
Dual Yagi YU1CF 50/70 MHz
Tem Emtron TE-46 6-band HF yagi
Vertical antenna: Diamond X200
Flightradar Ekka13 for Airscout and 5P22U UHF Beacon located on the garagebuilding.
Radio sonde rx antenna and flightradar.
Home antennas (jo46qh):
Tower 12m + 4m top pipe.
Total 81 mtrs above sea level.
65m asl + 16m tower.
I made a support tower mounted to the base so i can tilt the whole thing down to my garden.
70cm : 4×19 elm “OZ5HF” with power balun + ssb preamp 2m : 9-elm LFA G0KSC + ssb preamp
2m/70cm : dual yagi 10elm/23elm homebrew hybrid DK7ZB two feedpoints
6m/4m : 6elm 6m/5elm 4m G0KSC 4-6-11 homebrew
On top, verticals for FM, Flightradar and aircraft.
Wire antenna homemade 30/40/80m dipole wires inv-v.
Vertical 10/12/15m homebrew
Vertical 20/40m homebrew
From the home tower i compete in NAC 4/6m.
*** OLD NEWS ***
The old tower project from JO46RG :
Project died, tower collapsed :
Contest tower (jo46rg) :
65m asl + 45m tower
Total of 110m asl
On top rotable h-frame :
70cm : 4×16 elm DK7ZB + HA8ET preamp (25x25mm booms)
2m : 4×8 elm DK7ZB + HA8ET preamp (25x25mm booms)
Fixed directions 2m :
4×4 elm DK7ZB homebrew direction Sweden Stockholm (Nuxcom)
2x6elm OZ5HF direction SM0/LA (good old quality antennas)
6x5elm yagis direction DL/PA – Read my review of Antenna-Amplifiers.com
For 70cm tropo beacon project : 4xdipoles oz5hf, dir south east
*not active yet, if anyone wants to donate a beacon transmitter to the site, please contact me.
I made phasing cables my self for all and i use powersplitters for the top.
I use 1/2″ Heliax as feeder and a 4 port relay in top.
Update 16/3/2020 :
Im sad to tell that the tower collapsed.
Propably hit by a containertruck
Now back to drawingboard and look for new location.
Many hours put into this project wasted and lots of money spend.
Now all equipment is damaged and send to scrap.