I have a Kenwood TS-870 which is in mint condition. double boxed with manual and DC power lead along with stock fist microphone. Its been professionally modified for extended frequency and also the C131 modification. It also has the DRU-3 recording unit fitted, purchased recently from ML&S:- £670 Kenwood MC-60 desk microphone, again in mint…
Today I have uploaded a few of the awards I have received. These are mainly for operating in digital modes, JT65, FT8, FT4, PSK31 etc.
So I decided to drag myself away from FT8 and try something a little different, BPSK31.
Using a Kenwood TS-590SG with DRV (IF Output) connected up to a SDRPlay RSP 2 Pro for panadapter use.
I have for sale a Surecom SA-160 Antenna Analyzer, frequency range is 0.5-60MHz. The unit is in excellent condition and working order and only used a handful of times.
For sale is a Chameleon CHA-Hybrid end fed wire. Good for 160-6m, boxed and in very good condition.
For sale is a Wellbrook ALA1530+ Imperium active loop antenna along with a AR303 rotator.
One of the good things about shortwave listening is that there are many different utilities and data modes. Many of these data modes can be decoded with the help of an SDR, free software and a virtual audio cable.
Just having a quick listen around the bands and came across KE5EE, Stan, coming in loud and proud from Florida.
One thing I like about short wave listening is finding Numbers Stations.
Numbers stations are shortwave transmissions by forgein agencies sent to operatives out in the field. These transmissions are sets of coded numbers and can come in the form of voice, morse or digital modes.