The files here contain the original forms of the papers, as they were presented at the conferences. Any eventual later corrections and improvements are contained in separate files.
The first EME conference that I attened was in 1994 in Gothenburg, Sweden. My paper was about usefulnes of big dishes for 10GHz EME, titled Reception of extended incoherent sources. (38kB PDF) There were no proceedings published at this conference, so this is the only place where it is available.
At the '96 conference in Bowie, USA, I had a paper about TWT power supplies Since then, I have made many changes and improvements, see my TWT page
At the EME Paris '98, I presented an waveguide input LNA for 10GHz
At the EME Rio 2e3, I said Let's go circular on 10GHz
2002 in Prague I presented a simple TWT tester
I had no paper at the 2004 conference in Trenton.
I did not manage to come to Wuerzburg in 2006, but I submitted a paper: A simple circular polarizer for 10GHz
Because I run an outdoor setup, there is always the chance that the weather won't permit me to show up for a sked. In any case I strongly prefer skeds in the May-August weather window. I think the best medium for skeds is Email, at least two to three weeks in advance. See my addresses
I am currently planing to get QRV on 5.7. Well, this is in the planning stage for a few years now, but I hope to get it done in '99. I'll have about 100W into my 3m dish.
Here is a spectrum of the received signals of WA7CJO (left, broader signal) and VE3ONT (right, narrower signal) on 10GHz. The smaller bandwidth of the bigger dish (WA7CJO 5m, VE3ONT 45m) can be clearly seen. This is the result of the bigger dish illuminating only a part of the Moon, so the range of relative velocities is smaller.