YV4A  CQWWDX 2005

 
 

 

YV5EED, YY5WAF, YY5EAH, YV3AZC, YV5IQJ, YV5JBI, YV1DIG, YV5KG, YV8AD, YY5COR
         YV5LMW, YV5IVB, DL2GG, YV5AMH

 

Preparing for the CQWW-2005 .. (YV5LMW YV1DIG)

 
 
 

It looks like a thunderstorm is approaching..

 
 

 

 

An other monobander.

On this tower (130 ft) is fixed an inverted vee for 160m. But also a 160m dipole with high impedance feed- line is fixed to this tower. The other end of this dipole is fixed to another tower with the same height.
 

QTH YV4A

 
 

 

 

You can observe the high impedance feed-line of the 160m antenna mentioned above.

 

 
 
 
Inside the house are all needed installations like kitchen, shower et cetera.

6 radio-stations are installed at two sides of the house. A mesh protects the operators against bugs.

 

 KLM multiband antenna

 

The 20m station.
(YV5JBI YV1DIG)

 
 

 
The abandoned 80m station during the day.

Here only at night the 80m band is opened.
During the day range is only around 60 miles.

Also contest-activities on 40m and 160m are totally senseless during the day in this latitude.

 

15m station
(YV8AD)

 

80m activities at night.
(YY5WAF)

 

 10m and 40m
(YV5KG YY5COR)

 

15m station
(YV5LMW)

 
 

Resting between the shift.
(YV5IQJ YV3AZC YY5EAH)

 

YY5ALO operating in the WPX-Contest 2008

(YW4M)

 
 
Note: The descriptions of the installations on the previous page are not accurate anymore, because during the time many changes were made :-)

BACK