PE1ITR - VHF AND UHF WEAK SIGNAL EXPERIMENTS
PE1ITR is the callsign of a dutch amateur radio station located in Eindhoven, The Netherlands. QTH-locator is JO21QK. I am Rob Hardenberg, the operator of the amateur radio station and licensed since 1981.
This website is primary dedicated to my VHF-UHF-SHF weaksignal operations, radio propagation studies, moonbounce experiments and satellite activities. I maintain a blog in which I regularly report on these activities. I've also added pages of VHF and UHF radio experiments such as a realtime magnetogram from my location as part of the SAM network for aurora propagation warning, Real-time sporadic e-skip dxalert system, Things you can do with the powerfull bi-static radar systems NAVSPASUR on 216.980MHz and GRAVES on 143.050MHz, VHF Television-DX pages, FM-DX and more.... Feel free to look around.
In a changing station setup qrv at: 50MHz, 70MHz, 144MHz, 432MHz, 2320MHz, 3400MHz and 10368MHz in SSB/CW, FM, Digital Modes and Amateur Television. I regularly listen to dx at: 65-72MHz (OIRT), 88-108MHz (FM Broadcast), 175-230MHz (DAB) with adequate equipment.
This website is created on 23 aug 2003; This file last modified 19 May 2020 [Latest News]
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REAL-TIME MAGNETOGRAM FOR AURORA
VHF 144 MHZ STATION / REAL-TIME SPORADIC E-SKIP ALERT SYSTEM
VHF LOW BAND 1 and 2 - 50 - 108MHz
QTH: Eindhoven, The Netherlands