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.
At the moment I use TS590S and TS930SAT on HF, TR751E and transverters on 2m and TS811 on 70 cm. Use different amplifiers for each band, all under legal power limit. Antennas at home are simple wires and trap vertical for 20-15-10. Flagship among them is inverted L for 40 m which is also tuned on 30 m and works like a champ. VHF/UHF antennas include home-made yagis designed by YU7EF, DK7ZB and DL6WU and oblong antennas designed by YU1QT (great choice).
Also occasionally active from my second QTH in Bilice, near Sibenik, JN73WS, where I hope to build a modest contest station with a small antenna park within limits of my property. Primary tests showed extremely noisefreereception, unlike at home, where S meter on my TS590S hardly drops under S3-4 no matter what.
Maybe you can spot a telescopic mast supporting 80m inverted V with feedpoint at 9 meters above ground. Yard is still bit messy and needs cleansing.
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, hi. If you bureau service is not fast enough, you send a card directly to my home address with SAE and 2$ enclosed. That will not cover air mail letter postage fee, let the rest be on me.
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.
Activities from other locations are also possible, and in case of VHF&up qso, correct locator will be noted.
PS - CW FOREVER!!!
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