Equipment for 1.269 MHz:
|Transceiver Elecraft K3,
Trxv DB6NT + GPSDO
|Status: active 1.296 MHz (EME only)
Standings from 1.269 MHz – 5.760 MHz:
|Continents||Longest distance [km]|
Map of European squares worked on 1.296 MHz:
DXCC’S worked on 1.296 MHz:
CT, CX, DL, DU, EA, EA8, ES, EU, F, FG, FR, G, GJ, GM, GW, HA, HB, I, JA, K, KL7, LA, LU, LX, LZ, OE, OH, OH0, OK, OM, ON, OZ, PA, PY, SM, SP, SV, UA, UA9, VE, VK, YO, YU.
On 1296 MHz I made first ever contacts been between Germany – Belarus in 1985 (DL – UC2/RC2; now EU) and Germany – German Democratic Republic back in 1983 (DL – Y2).
The equipment that time was an IC202-Transceiver, followed by an 1296/144MHz-Transverter and a 2C39 cavity amplifier running at some 30 W RF output. The antenna-system consists of a 2.1m dish with wideband-feedhorn.
My Highlight´s on 23 cm are contacts with RC2AA (KO33 – first DL / UC2 on 1296MHz), Y23FL (JO50 – first DL / Y2 on 1296MHz) and YU1IQ (KN04 – Yugoslavian DX-record at that time).
RC2AA – First ever contact between Germany and Belarus on 1.296 MHz
Y23FL – First ever contact between Germany and German Democratic Republic on 1.296 MHz
YU1IQ – Best YU-DX on 1.296 MHz that time