Ham since 1973, first callsign YU2RVS in 1976, followed by YU2OO, 4N2OO, 9A2OO and finally 9A6C. Work almost exclusively CW, except on VHF/UHF where some SSB is a must. Like HF/VHF contests, building amplifiers and antennas.
Tour guide through the picture:
UP: HM HF PA 2xQB4/1100 (1 500W); MFJ864/GI7b 6m PA/TS590S; 30A PS/E73M stackmatch/HM antenna switch; 15A PS
DOWN: DAIWA CN101L/TS930SAT; T2X control box/HV PS for 6m PA; XV144/HL160
My favourte logger is DXlog by 9A5K, supports more contests than I am aware of. ETM8 keyer is used in daily CW work.
- Inverted V's on 40&80, appex at 10 m above ground
- Ground plane with 12 sloping radials on 40 m
- Ground plane for 30 m with 2 sloping radials.
I don't collect qsl cards, but if you need mine - let me know during a qso or via e mail.
Don't send your card via bureau, I don't need it.
In spite of all, I do have my own qsl cards and send them away, hi. If you bureau service is not fast enough, send a card directly to my home address with SAE and 2$ enclosed.
I still have a bunch of my old 9A2OO qsl cards and in case someone needs it, just e mail me.
Also active from my second QTH in JN73WS on both HF&VHF, but will not sign "/p" as it is not mandatory by the 9A regulations.
Sometimes I go portable to JN73XS for VHF/UHF reasons.
Activities from other locations are also possible, and in case of VHF&up qso, correct locator will be noted, as well as appropriate IOTA or CI references in case of island activities.
PS - CW FOREVER!!!
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