I am selling various items on behalf of G4KLM's estate. Items are as described and as seen. I have gone QRT, so I can't test the functionality of some items. This will be stated where relevant.
If there are any problems, a solution can be found.
The items can be brought along to NARC club nights at CNS by arrangement for viewing or purchase.
No hard and fast prices, but sensible offers only please.
Pictures of all items can be found on my Google Drive using the link below the descriptions.
Steve Webb, 07947 045068
Osker SWR-200 dual impedance SWR meter 52/75 ohm. 3.5 -150MHz, 2-2kW. Reasonable used "shack" condition. Untested.
Les Moxon's HF Antennas book. Good condition. Guide price: £1
Nevada DPC-1 dipole centre kit. Looks unused. Guide price: £5
Uniden Bearcat UBC9000XLT scanner with PSU. Good condition, Briefly tested on broadcast AM/FM. Seems OK. No CTCSS module fitted. Guide price £50 min.
Homebrew 40m CW transceiver (according to front panel legend). Seems to have some simple microprocessor functions and Li-Ion battery (rechargeable?). See pictures for better description. Completely untested. Could be an interesting project. Guide price: Offers. May be free to a good home.
Black*Star Meteor 600MHz frequency counter. Battery power/charge capability (6 x C cells). Original cabinet feet are missing, but easily fixed. Tested on 10 & 100MHz ranges, but I have no source to test 600MHz range. No reason to think it wouldn't work. Guide price: £30
GW Instek GFG-8015G Function Generator. 0.2Hz - 2MHz. Sine, square, triangle & pulse functions. Asymmetry, offset, amplitude and attenuator controls. Voltage controlled frequency (sweep) capability. Tested on most ranges (except VCF) and all functions seems to behave as expected. Guide price: £40
TF3LJ loop antenna controller with control cable. I don't know anything about this, other than it is mentioned on G4KLM's QRZ page. May form an interesting project for someone. Guide price: Offers. May be free to a good home.
Colinear antenna 1: I cannot test this nor do I know the parentage. The radiating element is 2.18m long with three 520mm radials and a support mast with mounting bracket and wooden support pole. It has been painted black - presumably for camouflage purposes. It was taken down from a position on the shack wall where it had been connected to the Bearcat scanner. The connection is SK239/PL259 and is corrosion free.
Colinear antenna 2: Similarly, I cannot test this nor is there a maker's mark. This is a longer antenna, in two screw-together sections; the top section is 1.12m long and the bottom section is 1.3m long. The radials are 490mm long. It is also painted black.The connection is SK239/PL259 and is corrosion free.
Mobile whip antenna: Nothing is known about this other than it is 1.6m long from base to tip of the radiating element.