Monthly Archives: September 2012


I have been active on 4M since 2010 after having spent a long time looking for an unmodified FT847 that was in good condition and local so that I could view before parting with any cash! Eventually I found what … Continue reading

Posted in 4M, Blog | Leave a comment


When I first started my EME tests I was running the TS2000 barefoot and without an LNA so there was no need to worry about using a sequencer. This changed as soon as I installed the LNA. Even though it … Continue reading

Posted in Blog, EME | Leave a comment

Rotator Controller Using Arduino and PstRotator

When I first started my 2M EME experiments elevation and azimuth control of the antenna was done manually, using a “plumb-line” and protractor for elevation and circular protractor for azimuth. The antenna was held in position with “G-clamps”. This system … Continue reading

Posted in Blog, EME, Raspberry_Pi | Leave a comment