Swiss Amateur Remote Radio DX-Station

Swiss Amateur Remote Radio DX-Station

Goal of the solution
The aim of the Remote DX-Station is to operate a remote radio site via the Internet, where there are almost no "man-made interference" (e.g. PLC, power supplies, plasma TV, etc.) and other EMC interference (e.g. ower lines, solar systems, etc.). Ideally, the location is slightly elevated and has a 360 ° all-round view.

OBLY14-5, 14 Element Log Yagi 20-17-15-12-10m
Bands: 20 / 17 / 15 / 12 / 10
Gain (dBd): 4,8 / 4,9 / 4,9 / 5,0 / 5,1
Gain (dBi): 12,1 / 12,5 / 12,6 / 12,7 / 12,9

Practical performance
20-12m: 3el Monoband-Yagi
10m: 3.5el Monoband-Yagi

F/B (dB): 24 / 22 / 22 / 22 / 24
SWR: All band ranges < 1.5

Elements (number): 14
Max. elementlength (m): 11,26
Boomlength (m): 7,50
Turning radius (m): 6,65
Feed lines (number): 1 Koax 50 Ohm
Weight (kg): 58
Windload at 130 km/h: 1.272 N / 1,60 m2 / 17,20 feet2

View from the Mountain at 1'660m

Planned Equipment
Flexradio 6500, Expert 1.3k Amplifier, Optibeam OBLY14-5, ColibriDDC SDR Receivers, RX/TX Switch, etc.