The Ubertooth One is an open source Bluetooth test tool from Michael Ossmann. It is the world's first affordable Bluetooth monitoring and development platform and is a fully open source product (both hardware and software).
KW- Vertikal- Antenne für den portablen Betreib
für 7,0 bis 55,0 MHz (6m - 40m)
und ca. 100 Watt HF
Die super Lösung, für den portablen Einsatz.
Leicht im Rucksack zu verstauen.
Ausgefahren mit einer Gesamtlänge von bis zu 5,5m.
● Teleskop- Antenne / Edelstahl- Stab (ca. 5,3m)
● High-Q Luftspule mit Abgriffs- Möglichkeiten
● MFJ-342T Montagewinkel mit PL- Buchse (SO-239)
● das "Gegengewicht" aus vier Cu-Litzen-Kabel (á 3,6m lang) als Radials
Frequency range: 7/14/21/28/50/144/430MHz, Max Pwr input: HF/50MHz: 100W (SSB/CW), 50W (AM/FM), 144/430MHz: 50W (All mode) Height Max 2.2m, 0.6m for transporting * Weight: 930g. Supplied with radiating elements, radial elements for VHF/UHF, radial wires + spare radial wire, Allen key.
The ATAS-25 utilises a manual tuning system which resonates the radiating element for lowest SWR without the need for expensive mono-band resonating whip assemblies. It allows dual frequency operation on HF or 50MHz and either 2m or 70cm (duplexer not supplied). A very handy feature is that the ATAS-25 is designed to mount directly onto a standard camera tripod mount (not supplied) and makes up a portable antenna system ideal for tempory field operation but not recommended for long-term outdoor installation.
For some models, you may wish to purchase a diplexer or triplexer to avoid moving your cable from one antenna jack to another. When using the ATAS-25 with the FT-817, set Menu #07
to REAR for all bands.
Complete antenna system mounts on window frames, balconies, and railings. Perfect for apartment dwellers. Covers 80-6 Meters. Includes universal mount/clamp, built-in antenna tuner with RF isolator, long 12 foot telescopic whip (22.5 inches collapsed), high efficiency loading coil for 40/80 Meters, counterpoise wires, and safety rope. Handles 200 Watts.
This project extends the base LMIC 1.6 implementation with 915 subband selection and demonstrates how to use the LMIC 1.6 LoRaWAN stack on a Raspberry Pi targeting the Dragino LoRa/GPS HAT and a Raspberry Pi Zero with a standalone Hope RFM95W LoRa module.
There are two antenna connectors on the left for the FT-857D, one for HF and the other for VHF/UHF. The HF jumper actually is connected to the antenna tuner and there is another jumper goes to the radio. There is also a VHF/UHF connection on the right for the FT-8800R.