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I received my first license in 1976 in Moldova- with call-sign UO5OFL. That was a very nice time. I only had simple antennas and a self built transceiver (called UW3DI, the call-sign of a well-known radio amateur in USSR). After moving to Sochi at the Black Sea in Caucasus in 1987, I received a new call-sign RK6AG. Here I built my first Quad Antenna. That was fantastic, beautiful. 3 elements for 20m and 15m, 4element for 10m. Unfortunately I didn't have a rotor to turn theantenna. (Hi-hi) I always had to rotate the antenna with a rod. Good that the antenna stood in the garden. After perestroika in the USSR, I emigrated to Germany and received a license with call-sign DL2VK(like Valeri Keller). I am very enthusiastic radio amateur. You can reach me on almost all HF Bands. By the way, now my antennas have a rotor and I can finally shine in all directions. If you can hear me, please do not hesiate to give me a call. 73's! DL2VK Valeri.

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