Hello dear frends Thank you for check my callsign.
I'm interested in QRP. Making kit rigs antenna and try to QSO with these equipments. I Like CW.
Most of all QRV from field. Because I'm living in apartmenthouse. And they have no good antenna. So often I go to field with my car. Build antenna and enjoy QSO. Using antenna is Dipole. Hentenna. Loop. Yagi-Uda. etc.
update in 2011
Japanese HAM license need 2 license
One of Licence is operators licence. 4-class License,.
4th class : HF-power is 10 watte or less. VHF/UHF-power is 20 watte or less Non CW.
3rd class: All band 50 watte max. CW is OK.
2nd class : All band 200 watte max but station can QRV all place is max 50 watte.
1st : class All band 1KW max. I had this class license.
Another one is station licence.
If we want to QRV must to get this license because it have callsign.
If we want to use over 51 watte from some place that must to get license each place.
Same area use same callsign but license is different.
Japanese Station license had 2-type .
Station that can QRV all place is must use less than 50-watte.
Station that can QRV only licensed place is use over 50-watts.
I have 3-station license.
Station license of QRV all place is usefull because I have poor antenna at my living home.
Most of all QSO is work by portable from field. Build antenna and QRV.
Often challenge QRP QSO.
One of fixed station licence is Nerimaku Tokyo.
They have only long wire antenna. It can use Domestic QSO and exellent condition.
Power is 100-watte maximum.
Another fixed station license place at Kasumigaura Ibaraki-pref.
It is my frend shack. He gave to me about got license.
They had 4-tower. Many good antenna. Power is 1KW.
All station callsign is same 7K1CPT.
It is very strange style. that I think.
Will see you on the air soon 73/72
Member of JARL A1 CLUB #95 (JAPAN) G-QRP CLUB #10407 (GB) FISTS-EA #15028
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