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I have started ham radio since 1990. I was surprised when I received my licence because the first letter of my callsign isn't "J" but "7"!!! When I received a callsign, I lived in Tokyo. In these days, a lot of ham radio stations was opened in 1area of JA. Therefore, a callsign starting with "J" for amateur could't issue. So callsigns starting with "7K-7N" had started to licensed for amateurs.

Please don't mistake my callsign for ZK1MAG in CW! I'm not a peditioner hi. Moreover, please make yourself cool if you listen to a weak JA station because they may have callsign starting "7" not "J".

See my weblog at this address below written in both Japanese and English.


I live in Nagoya, a big city in central Japan, where I have lived in my childhood till 12years old. I am very comfortable living in Nagoya.

I'm an engineer of Opt-electronics and developing a solid-state laser. There is a branch office, factory, near home.

I like to do many DX QSOs especially in CW. Please call me if you could receive my CQ DX!

I'm using 4ele tribander for 10,15,20m, 2ele duarl bander for 12,17m, G5RV for 40m, and GP(HF2V) for 30,40, 80, 160m. I also use 7ele for 6m, 5el for 2m and 70cm.See photo below! My main rig is JST245 with 50W output for DXing. Sub rig is FT817 with 5W output for JA onall band. 50W for DX and 5W forJA is not superb but enough for ordinaryQSO even for CQ DX. Recently I dare to usebugkey for JST245made by Vibroplex for CW keying, very comfortable for me. I also using iambic for FT817.

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