Hello from The Netherlands

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Romeo-Hotel
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Hello from The Netherlands

Post by Romeo-Hotel » 19 Oct 2016 11:57

Hi all,

I saw, to check some links, and one of the links leads to this forum. So, here I am, a dutch radio station, broadcast in the 35cm.
So as you already noticed, on my (dutch) website ( www.radio-romeo-hotel.nl ) i keep everything up2date, from the start in 2013.
The plan is also to start next year with 1302 Mhz, and 4.5 meter, between 60 and 80 Mhz

I never heard of this forum,so I will check now what this forum has to offer.

If you have any questions about 35cm broadcasting or other questions please ask, I looking forward to it.

With kind regards from the netherlands,

Mario
www.radio-romeo-hotel.nl
867.20 Mhz | 873.00 Mhz | 1302.00 Mhz | 67.20 Mhz
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Re: Hello from The Netherlands

Post by John Faulkner, Skegness » 19 Oct 2016 12:13

Welcome Mario. Nice to see you.

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Romeo-Hotel
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Re: Hello from The Netherlands

Post by Romeo-Hotel » 19 Oct 2016 12:29

Thanks John.
www.radio-romeo-hotel.nl
867.20 Mhz | 873.00 Mhz | 1302.00 Mhz | 67.20 Mhz
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Nick Gilly
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Re: Hello from The Netherlands

Post by Nick Gilly » 19 Oct 2016 15:04

Welcome to the forum Mario. :D
Good DX.

Nick, Whitchurch, Hampshire.

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Re: Hello from The Netherlands

Post by Romeo-Hotel » 19 Oct 2016 16:03

Thanks Nick. There is a lot of information. Take time to read :D
www.radio-romeo-hotel.nl
867.20 Mhz | 873.00 Mhz | 1302.00 Mhz | 67.20 Mhz
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Tim Bucknall
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Re: Hello from The Netherlands

Post by Tim Bucknall » 22 Oct 2016 09:43

welcome! its my dream to dx an 860mhz station like yours from the UK!

rx here is Icom R9500 with the IF out feeding an SDR

Holland is difficult from home, but I have a local hilltop where I heard a Dutch Pirate on 108mhz https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Axe_Edge_Moor
Home:Burkhardt Reuter RDR54D1 SDR V.415,
+ CLP 5130 Log P ant

Mobile: Comm Radio CR-1 + Sharman Skyscan ant, Pira P275

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Re: Hello from The Netherlands

Post by Romeo-Hotel » 02 Dec 2016 13:58

Tim,
Should be nice if you start with also a 35cm station. I receive with a Icom R7100, modified to receive in Stereo! On the backside I have 2 RCA output, leading to the audio amplifier. The plan is, I bought a Sony SB920, and I want to have a converter, that put the signal on 100 Mhz tot receive.

It is not difficult to start, a lot is standard for sale. There some stations, the make transmitters for sale.
Amplifiers are standard GSM, or with a little modify, to use.
We have a Dutch forum, ok, of course in Dutch, but as you register, and you ask in English, we "speak" English.
DXrapporten.nl
We have now at this moment about 70 active ON AIR users, and some are sleeping.....
Dutch Pirates on 108, is very dangerous...
www.radio-romeo-hotel.nl
867.20 Mhz | 873.00 Mhz | 1302.00 Mhz | 67.20 Mhz
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Tim Bucknall
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Re: Hello from The Netherlands

Post by Tim Bucknall » 14 Jan 2017 11:46

thanks for the info (apologies for such a late response)
I'm currently putting together equipment ready for the start of the tropo season in summer, lets hope its a good one!

quick bandscan:
Baby monitor on 864.5mhz
short range devices in the 868mhz range (data bursts)
Home:Burkhardt Reuter RDR54D1 SDR V.415,
+ CLP 5130 Log P ant

Mobile: Comm Radio CR-1 + Sharman Skyscan ant, Pira P275

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