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!! ATTENTION = 1 = !!

Log LOST 15m RTTY 21st April 2014 !

I'm afraid to say this but log lost on 21st Arpil 2014, 15m rtty.
Right after I sent 'QRT' then my computer freezed, that before export the log to ADIF on my rtty software. I have tried to find any backup or saved log by the software but it seems not available.
I really sorry to all callers but log has lost and we need do it again. Please understand that not only you, I also need to do again that I remember number of mode new stations had logged in during the QRV.
Please also do not send QSL to my QSL Manager also please do no send me log information nor ask me add the log that you have during above mentioned QRV

Sincerely apologize,

!! ATTENTION = 2 = !!

JA Bureau membership will be discontinued (or not to extend) at July 2014.
If you prefer QSL via Bureau, make sure its arrive to JA1DXA before the end of June 2014.

We will no longer reply QSL via Bureau once membership ended at July 2014.

QSL is available by Direct with SAE, 2 GS recommended. 1GS does not help for return postage. Any additional is welcome for support QSL printing or appreciation to the QSL manager.
LoTW upload regularly at the end of every Sunday (@ Samoa) unless I'm on a contest that time. Reminder is welcome if you didn't see confirmation on Monday.

eQSL is not in my consideration. Please do not expect confirmation by eQSL

!! Visitor Flag !!
Yes I do it on this page and I'm happy to see more people from many other places were visited my page.
I wish I could do the same to you who are eager to collect flags.
My location is very remote Island Country and it is not same situation as where you are. The Internet access cost is not flat rate and not low cost.
I maybe open your page during or after our QSO. But I'm not able to spend money and open your page WITHOUT QSO.

If you really want to collect flag from (Western) Samoa, make a valid QSO with me but not a busy time (no way open qrz.com while handle large pileup) or come to Samoa and D.I.Y. I maybe able to assist you to get your own 5W callsign if you are coming.
It maybe not polite but I will not reply your request email, not open your requested page.


My Radios,


The modified Kenwood TS-950SD.
This radio went to junk sometime year 2006 and has had slept for long time. Now it has new switching power supply that built in external speaker box and top of the rig, new power transistors and got 200W output at 17m and below bands. 15m/12m are 150W, 10m is just about 100W.
Most of my QRV from April 2014 are using this modified TS-950SD, I named it TS-950SDeX.
No more conventional heavy transformer inside, 28V final drive voltage instead of 48V as normal made by Kenwood.
This radio possibly produce 300W or even more but I set ALC at 200W, just avoid burn other components.

This radio also got new switching power supply for final unit. Since the AVR has keep breaking down (yes, the junk from welknown country) and never be stable. I decided remove the AVR and install 48V 600W switching power supply.
Now trouble with VCO and just a rest for while until parts arrive and repair work performed.

Mainly using for 6m together with transverter HX-650 made by THP. This radio equipes DSP-100.


Few problems but the manufacturer no longer accept for repair.

I love this radio but no more RF output. R.I.P.



There is no other HAM that I can talk with this radio, I'm the only one on the Island most times.


Power Amplifire

HF 1KW output PA

6m 500W output PA

HF 1KW output PA

6m 80W(?) output PA


Try remake my qrz.com page. So far no other information has been uploaded.




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