What Ham Radio Stuff did you buy today? (2019)

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What Ham Radio Stuff did you buy today? (2019)

Post by Crusader » 19 Feb 2019, 15:16

Treated myself to a nice clean Kenwood TS-50 along with a super clean Astatic Teardrop.

I paid £290 which i don't think is too bad considering these TS-50's go for about £300 these days.

A decent HF mobile rig that shall get used :)
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Post by Auldgeek » 01 Apr 2019, 18:29

I've had this LDG auto tuning unit for a couple of months and managed to find the matching meter to go with it a few days ago.

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Post by Crusader » 04 Apr 2019, 00:25

Came yesterday... a very clean MK1 FT-101Z, fully working on all bands & it has the AM unit fitted,
also as a nice surprise i discovered it also had a narrow CW filter fitted which is worth £80 & will be getting slung on Ebay next £1 final value fee weekend.

Price paid £102 :D
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Post by Blackolive » 04 Apr 2019, 08:08

Thats nice, I do Hanker after a 101, for nostalgia reasons, the school head set one up in the back of a classroom with a TH3 on the school roof, and it was his lunchtime radio sessions that got me interested in radio in the first place ( a bit like on stranger things really haha )

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Post by Crusader » 04 Apr 2019, 16:47

Cheers pal (sorry i don't know your name) yep & for once no pong of Tobacco .

Btw... whats a TH3???


Regards,Shaun :)

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Post by Samalex » 04 Apr 2019, 20:01

3 ele triband yagi is a TH3 :)

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Post by Blackolive » 04 Apr 2019, 20:15

Yeah massive 3 element triband. I wish Id taken a picture of it, improved the look of the school no end . Its steve btw, Ill see about adding my name to my sig, seeing as Im getting a bit more active on here 😁

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Post by Crusader » 04 Apr 2019, 23:30

Hi Steve, ahh ok pal that clears that up :)

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Post by PeterA » 07 Apr 2019, 12:20

Went to the Cambridge Repeater Groups Rally today...

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Not a bad haul, could have been alot worse... but thankfully only took so much cash with me!?! :idea:
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Re: What Ham Radio Stuff did you buy today? (2019)

Post by Crusader » 10 Apr 2019, 21:23

A Nice clean Sommerkamp FT-902DM, in full working order & has the Memory unit fitted with it being the DM model & also the DC-DC convertor that allows the transceiver to be used for 13.8v DC use,optional extras fitted are the 6Khz AM & 300Hz CW filters.

Also a FC-301 ATU rated at £500w.

Non Ebay price paid for these £175 :)
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