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Welcome to my web page!

The picture on the right shows my antenna “stack”. From the top a WX-1 for VHF/UHF, inverted “V” trapped wire dipole cut for 20mtrs HF.  The ADS-B virtual radar antenna is just below.

Bottom right you can see live DX spots for all Amateur bands, click on the call sign for more information about the station.

Top right the ADS-B (virtual radar) is feeding the Casper “live aircraft traffic” system showing aircraft movements across Europe. Click on the link to go to the Casper web site.

Also on the mast is the WH-1080 weather sensor cluster, click on the weather station link on the left for live local weather reports.

Below the sensors is the weather cam which is looking south and is updated every 15 minutes. Click the link or picture to view.

Then the 30watt mono-crystalline solar panel which via a regulator and 70A/h battery provides power to just radio’s for now.

The UK map below the whether cam picture displays lightening strikes over the past 2 hours courtesy of © www.Blitzortung.org

The rain radar on the left is from www.netweather.tv, click on the link to visit the main web site.

Feel free to browse my online Web photo albums. Click on picture albums link above.

Email: Tim@g6ued.co.uk

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