Dayton Hamvention Military Radio Check Ins 2017

Yep thats me on 6m

Year #1 is in the record books for the Dayton Hamvention at its new
venue in Xenia OH. Despite rain and mud in the flea market area, most
comments I’ve heard have been positive, and you have to give a round of
applause to the Hamvention volunteers who were faced with a Herculean
task and yet rose to the occasion.

For many of us, the three Saturday nets are a highlight of the
Hamvention and this year was no exception. I’d prepared a bit of a
surprise which performed very well – I used a homebrew 2 watt 75 meter
handheld transceiver to check into the 3885 AM Net. I plan to write
this rig up in an article for Electric Radio as I think it contains some
circuit ideas that will be of interest. It is not a clone since it
incorporates hybrid circuitry and only one tube, but it is my tribute to
the BC-611 and those who designed such a compact radio using the
technology available at that time.

As usual Joe WA4VAG conducted the Old Military Radio Net in fine
fashion, assisted by KB0SFP. The net control station this year will be
of particular interest to this group – Joe used a complete U.S. Navy
ARC-5 set, run from dynamotor power, as can be seen here:

A list of check-ins for the 3885 AM net, 17 meter HF Pack Net, and the
51.0 Mhz Cold War Net follows.

73, Bob W9RAN

3885 AM Old Military Radio Net.
Joe, WA4VAG did the honors again this year using an original, complete,
ARC-5 command set system.
Participants:
KB0SFP, Dennis, MO, PRC-108
KK1K, Dean, VT, PRC-515
KW1I, Dale, N H, PRC-108
KA1GON, Charlie, MA, Racal Syncal 2000
W1AEA, Jeff, VT, PRC-108
K2AJR, Alex, NH, PRC-1099A
KW2K, Yuki, NH, PRC-1099A
N2DM, Dale, NY, FT-817
W2HX, Eugene, NY, PRC-138
KB2BTL, Peter, MA, Racal Syncal 2000
KA3EKH, Ray, MD, BC-611
N3TPM, Craig, PA, #19mk-II
K4IC, Mike, N.C. PRC-174
K4BTY, George, TN, BC-611
KM4V, Steve, TN, ?
WZ6X, Dave, CA, BC-611
WD8INC, John, OH, PRC-174
WD8AXB, Charlie, MI, FT-817
KA8TUR, Jim, MI, PRC-70
W8WJT, Zack, OH, PRC-515
W8AU, Perry, OH, ?
WA8SDF, Jim, OH, PRC-515
W9RAN, Bob, IL, Homebrew version of BC-611
WD9GHK, Bruce, IL, BC-611
KB9PZC, Paul, IL, BC-745(Pogo Stick)

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18157.5 USB, HFpack/Milpack Eyeball QSO Rally
KB0SFP, Dennis, MO,
Net Control, using a PRC-1099A
N2DM, Dale, NY, FT-817
WB2DFC, Dale, OH, Yaesu mobile?
K2AJR, Alex, NY, PRC-1099A
KW2K, Yuki, NY, PRC-1099A
WB2EMS, Kevin, NY, Xiegu X108G
W2HX, Eugene, NY, Tadiran PRC-2200
KB2VTL, Peter, MA, Racal Syncal 2000
K3RWN, Rich, PA, FT-817
KN4HH, Bob, GA, Micom Trooper
KM4V, Steve, TN, PRC-515
K4IC, Mike, NC, Qmac HF90M
WA4VAG, Joe, KY, PRC-515
KM4BJG, Kris, NC, PRC-515
WZ4K, Howard, VA, PRC-104A
AA8AF, Steve, OH, IC-703
W8YCM, Less, WV, PRC-1099
W8ZJT, Zack, OH, PRC-515/RU-20
KA8TUR, Jim, MI, PRC-70
WD8AXA, Charlie, MI, Southcom SC-140
WD8AXB, Chuck, MI, SC-140
WA8SDF, Jim, OH, PRC-515
WD9GHK, Bruce, IL, FT-817
W9RAN, Bob, IL, PRC-1099
N9FSE, Steve, WI, Xiegu X108G
KK4YHN, Denver, TN, honorable mention

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51.0 FM Cold War Net:
KA8TUR, Jim, MI, PRC-70 (net control)
KB0SFP, Dennis, MO, PRC-25
KC0OOP, Aaron, MN, PRC-1088
N0KQX, Dale, KS, FT-817
KX0N, Casey, KS, PRC-6809
KW1I, Dale, NH, PRC-68
N2DM, Dave, NY, PRT-4/PRR-9
K2AJR, Alex, NY, Daytron 1060
KW2K, Yuki, NY, PRC-1088
N3TPM, Craig, PA, PRC-77
KA3EKH, Ray, PA, R324(USSR)
KA3RMM, Bill, PA, IZL PRC
KB3SBC, Walt, PA, SEM-52
N3OC, Brian, MD, 884(Chinese)
W3OWE, Bernard, DE, PRC-77
KM4V, Steve, TN, SEM-52S ?
K4IC, Mike, NC, PRC-126
WA4VAG, Joe, KY, PRC-68B
K4BTY, George, TN, PC-68
K4WAP, Wayne, KY, PRC-126
KM4BJG, Kris, NC, PRC-80
WB5MMB, Sandy, TX, PRT-4/PRR-9
KM6AB, Mike, CA, PRC-6809
WZ6X, Dave, CA, PRC-126
WD8INC, John, OH, PRC-128
N8GZL, Jennifer. MI , VX-7
N8DNX, Chuck, MI, SEM-52SL
N8HQY, Jim, OH, PRT-4/PRR-9
WD8AXD, Charlie, MI, PRC-3088
N8NOR, Ken, MI, VX-7
K8CCA, ?
K8BVY, ?
WD8X, ?
W9RAN, Bob, IL, RF-10(Czech)
N9FSE, Stephen, WI, VX-6
KB9PZC, Paul,
WD9GHK, Bruce, IL, PRC-68A
K9UTK, John, IL, PRC-1077
VE3IPS, John, Toronto, Falcon III

Joe WA4VAG NCS

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Dayton Hamvention 2017 Arrow Communications BUS Buildathon – QRPme RF Probe Kit W1REX

 

Dayton Hamvention 2017  BUS – QRPme No Solder RF Probe Kit W1REX

52 happy hams got to smash a world record for a QRP kit buildathon on a BUS coming back from Dayton with the Arrow Communications club. I was the only VE3 (actually the chosen ONE – hihi) on the ride and I volunteered to help out with the build. No soldering required and no parts lost.

This is an excellent club project night kit, scouts kit or a beginners kit.

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Often we wish to examine an RF voltage to see if a circuit is “alive,” and perhaps to adjust it. An RF Probe is an important tool to have for electronics and radio troubleshooting. You can measure RF voltage in your solid state circuits, and trace RF through your new designs or malfunctioning circuits. They allow you to probe into different parts of circuits to find where you do or do not have an HF/VHF/UHF signal. With this information, you can find where your signal disappears. In turn, this suggests where there is a bad component or solder joint in the device you are troubleshooting. Do not exceed 50V and will not be useful for Tube based circuits due to High Voltage. You will be able to detect RF voltages in the range of .25v to 50v

Building the kit is easy once you have figured out the colour code. Pay special attention to the polarity of the diode. I would recommend to actually solder it once tested and install in a small pill bottle with a thick wire for a probe element. This is a perfect tool for troubleshooting your next qrp kit from QRPme.com

Thanks to Joyce, Jim WD8RWI and Shawn KD8YMV for acting as superstars

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52 happy builders 10 minutes later – really its that simple

So, how do we use this thing? As per N5ESE

RF Probe is to connected the banana-plug end to the +/- jacks of your DC Voltmeter: (not AC).

To use the RF Probe for signal tracing in a malfunctioning RF circuit or a homebrew circuit, connect the alligator clip to a convenient “ground” or “common” point in your circuit. Often this is the chassis. Most of the time, you’ll be probing at the base/gate, emitter/source, or collector/drain of a transistor, one either side of a coupling capacitor or transformer, or at the input or output of an IC. Because the circuit’s RF must overcome the diode’s barrier potential (of 0.25V, for our 1N34A), voltages much less than that won’t read at all, and voltages less than about a volt won’t read very accurately. Typically, RF and post-mixer-amps in receivers don’t have enough RF voltage, unless you inject a very strong signal at the input.

I recently used my RF probe to troubleshoot my dead TenTec Scout, which had suddenly quit transmitting in mid-QSO. I connected the rig to a dummy load, then keyed it while probing. Using the probe, I was able to follow a steadily increasing RF signal through the transmit chain, from the oscillator through the transmit mixer, to the pre-driver, and the driver. The actual voltage measurements weren’t important, just that they were increasing from stage to stage where expected. Then, (whoops!) the driver’s base circuit had 6 Volts, but the collector circuit only had only 0.1 Volts! The driver transistors had gone south!

You can also use the RF probe to measure RF power with reasonable accuracy, up to about 50 watts in a 50-ohm circuit. By 50-ohm circuit, I mean a 50-ohm antenna system at 1:1 SWR (higher SWRs are not 50 ohms), or a 50-ohm dummy load. Assuming the resistor in your RF probe is sized to match your DC Voltmeter’s input impedance (as explained above), you will get quite reasonably accurate measurements using the following formula:

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For example, I want to measure the power out of my TenTec 1340 40-Meter QRP transceiver. I place it on a 50-ohm dummy load, and key down. I generally use a BNC-Tee adapter to gain access to the output line, but I could as easily pop the cover off. Using the RF probe (alligator clip to chassis ground), I measure 12.2 Volts (DC) (and the same RF RMS Volts). Plugging this into the formula above I have PWR= (12.2 + 0.25) * (12.2 + 0.25) / 50 = 3.1 Watts. The rated power for this rig is 3 Watts, so I’ve verified everything is hunky-dorey.

We’ve added the potential barrier to the measured voltage above, but that little trick doesn’t work so well when you get down around a volt, and for voltages less than about a volt, the measurement accuracy suffers greatly. Also, the diode’s response is severely non-linear below the barrier potential, and will generally read much less than expected in circuits where the RF voltage is less than 1/4 volt. So if you see tiny readings in circuits where it’s normal to have voltages less than 1/4 volt RF, don’t get too spun-up about the low readings… it may mean everything is normal. My rule of thumb for guessing at this is as follows: For collector/drain circuits in oscillators or transmit-chain amplifiers in key-down, expect RF Voltages about 20-50% of the applied DC (supply) voltage. This depends on the circuitry, of course, but it’s a reasonable gesstimate. Base/gate and emitter/source circuits will generally be much less, maybe 5-10%. Circuit impedance will affect this too.

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References:

QRPme RF Probe:                   http://qrpme.com/?p=product&id=UKBB

Youtube Video:                      UK RF Probe Buildathon

N5ESE:                                    http://n5ese.com/rfprobe1.htm  and

HamRadio360 – Workbench Mini PowerPole Power Strip PCB

I finally got to meet and shake hands with the HamRadio360 gang in person at Dayton Hamvention 2017- Cale K4CDN, Jeremy KF7IJZ and George KJ6VU

One of the kit pcb’s I picked up was the PowerPole Power Strip

More details at http://hamradio360.com/index.php/workbench/

These guys have a fantastic builders and non-appliance operator  podcast in conjunction with Cale’s excellent show.

Takes 15 minutes to build but super useful

I bought the Anderson Poles from the good people at Debco that also had a booth at the show

Happy Building and melting some solder

NOTE: in the hurry to get the PCB ready for Dayton Hamvention the 4 mounting holes will short out if metal screws and a metal cabinet are used. Use plastic screws. I ran some velcro on mine so i can affix it to various field rigs and power units

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Top Ten To Do for New Hams

10 Learn how to Program your radio

9 Join the ARRL or RAC

8 Join a local club

7 Attend a Field Day event

6 Operate on a net

5 Make a simplex contact

4 Try Digital modes like D-Star, DMR, Fusion , IRLP and/or EchoLink

3 Put together your “go kit”

2 Study for your license upgrade or learn morse code

1 Get on the air

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XRF336 C 31241
XRF054 C 31254
Mi5-STATEWIDE1 31261
Mi5-STATEWIDE2 31262
Mi5-EVENT1 31263
Mi5-EVENT3 31265
WMTG 31269
AARG 31274
XRF813 A 31281
MPRG 31301
MPRG 2 31302
Nevada 1 31321
VOAD 31322
HXO 31325
Las Vegas 31327
SNARS (Reno/Tahoe) 31328
SNARS 2 31329
NJPAAsterisk 31340
South Jersey 31341
North Jersey 31342
NY-NJ-PA Tri-State 31360
Upstate NY 31361
NY-Metro 31362
ADK 31363
Lower Hudson Valley 31364
Southern Tier NY 31367
PEMA ACS 31420
Pennsylvania Tac 31421
Western PA 31422
RF-IT 31428
Zednet 31429
North Texas 31481
South Texas 31482
West Texas 31483
Amarillo wires-x 31485
PNW-West 31530
WI-LinkHub 31551
WI-DMR 31555
DMR of Anarchy 31666
Russian Americans 31697
PNWR 31771
Mtn West TAC 1 31777
TGS-1 31801
TGS-2 31802
TGS-3 31803
Taiwan TG1 North 46600
WICEN 50566
VK2GP-ND wires-x 50591
VK3KAY-ROOM wires-x 50592
XRF740 C 50593
YSF001 50599
Montevideo 74801
Montevideo 74802
Artigas 74803
Canelones 74804
Cerro Largo 74805
Colonia 74806
Durazno 74807
Flores 74808
Florida 74809
Lavalleja 74810
Maldonado 74811
Paysandu00fa 74812
R Negro 74813
Rivera 74814
Rocha 74815
Salto 74816
San Josu00e9 74817
Soriano 74818
74819
Treinta y Tres 74820
CX TAC 1 74830
CX TAC 2 74840
PAPA* 97272
DV4 Chat 202011
DMO Chat 202012
HAREN 202199
Room Fontenay 208003
Room Malmaison 208007
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Room Nangis 208077
Room Villebon 208091
Room Villebon2 208093
Room Come Belle Cote 208201
Room Planfoy 208204
Room Saint-Peray 208205
Room Les Andrieux 208209
Room Tour Crieu 208301
Room Toulouse 208302
Room F1ULQ 208404
Room Dangolsheim 208405
Room La Rochelle 208617
Reunion Island 208647
Room Pic Neulos 208766
Room Perpignan 208799
Room Auneuil 208900
Room Lille 208905
Room Mesnil/Bulle 208922
Room Nancy 208954
Room Valenciennes 208959
Room Boulogne 208962
Room Paris 208980
Room Pontarlier 208990
Emergenza-112 222112
Emergenza-113 222113
Special Activation 222990
Room Verbier 228111
XRF040 A 268940
XRF040 B 268941
XRF789 B 268942
CARLA 310604
Tri-LERT 310703
Connecticut PVRA 310991
CDRA 310992
Parrot 310997
NASA 316272
JSC 316273
Room Saint-Benoit 647010
Reunion Island 647647
XRF724 B 724942
XRF724 C 724943
Russia / Ivanovo 950600
Russia / Tarko-Sale / RT9K 950601
Russia / Tarko-Sale / RT9K / Emergency 950602
Russia / Moscow / UA3AAT 950603
Russia / Moscow / ICS 950604
Russia / Ekaterinburg (1) 950605
Russia / Saint Petersburg 950606
Russia / Verkhnaya Pyshma 950607
Russia / Kaliningrad 950608
Russia / Syktyvkar 950609
Russia / Chelyabinsk 950610
Russia / Moscow / RD3ANL 950611
Russia / Omsk 950612
Russia / Ekaterinburg (2) 950613
Russia / Domodedovo 950614
Russia / Rostov-on-Don 950615
Russia / Rostov Region 950616
Russia / Caucasus 950617
Russia / Kirov 950618
Russia / Volgodonsk 950619
Russia / Moscow / R2AJV 950620
Russia / Moscow 950621
Russia / Krasnoyarsk (1) 950622
Russia / Krasnoyarsk (2) 950623
Russia / Mozhaysk 950624
Russia / Krasnogorsk 950625
Russia / Narofominsk 950626
PI2NOS 2049125
XRF088 A 2049881
XRF088 B 2049882
France/DCS033C 16 2080332
France/XRF067C 17 2080673
WIRESX-Room-ITA 2229192
YSF-BM2221 2229193
NEARC 3103827
XRF740 C 5059742