K6ATZ


Welcome to Amateur Radio Station K6ATZ  •  ex KQ6MM, KD6ALY and WN2SWQ  •  First licensed 1973, relicensed 1991
QTH Cupertino, CA USA  •  Santa Clara County   ARRL Section SCV   CA QSO Party SCLA  •  CQ3   ITU6   Grid CM87xh



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Antenna project articles
Hosted on joetracker.com
  MA-40 antenna tower
  Farm 3: slanted roof
  Farm 2: flat roof
  Flagpole antenna
  Farm 1: peaked roof

Shack software
  DXLab New site
  DX Atlas New site
  WSJT-X New site
  JT-Alert New site
  Romac Equalizer New site
  CW Decoder New site

Ham sites I depend on
  Contest Calendar New site
  QRZ.com New site
  eHam.net New site
  LoTW New site
  eQSL New site

Archive: eBay prices
  About joetracker.com
  Alinco  Heathkit
  Collins  Icom
  Drake  Kenwood
  Hallicrafters  Ten-Tec
  Hammarlund  Yaesu
  Other ham brands

 

Recommended reading:
Software radio
GNU Radio SSB transceiver

New site HPSDR  New site GNU Radio
New site Apache  New site Flex-Radio

Emergencies
ARRL: When All Else Fails

 New site Cupertino ARES
 New site Santa Clara ARES

Satellites
Amateur Satellite - 1U CubeSat

New site AMSAT.org USA
New site Live Satellite Tracking

 

Antenna farm:
Icom IC-9100 See my articles at JoeTracker.com on
* the MA-40 antenna tower,
* the Optibeam OB6-3M Moxon/Yagi,
* past projects mounting on a slanted roof, a flat roof, and a normal roof, and
* the 9/11 flagpole antenna project
For a full list of antennas & equipment, see my QRZ profile. New site

 

In the shack:
Icom IC-9100 Icom 9100 (replaced 746PRO, 471A & 1271A; see IC-9100 Yahoo! Group New site). PW1 amp. Icom 375A. And other fun stuff.
For more on the rigs and other equipment, see my QRZ profile. New site

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"You see, wire telegraph is a kind of a very, very long cat. You pull his tail in New York and his head is meowing in Los Angeles. Do you understand this? And radio operates exactly the same way: you send signals here, they receive them there. The only difference is that there is no cat." — Albert Einstein