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Tnx fer visiting my page,dear friend!

My name is Duško. I was born on November 24.,1995. in Pljevlja, currently 4O. Now i live in Čajniče, a small town in eastern Republic of Srpska(Bosnia).

I am student of local high-school, currently in 2nd grade. My main hobby is HAM RADIO. I am not a typical "sports guy", somehow I always disliked football and other sports (exception Ham). Besides HAM, I am also interested in botany, and numismatics. I would appreciate it very much, if some of HAMS visiting this page would be kind and send me an example of currency in his country. I also like reading. I am also interested in WWII, at my home i have got an entire library about it.

How I became a HAM RADIO OPERATOR?

When I was 8 or nine years old, I liked (I like today), to watch westerns. In every western, there was a telegraphist. And his work fascinated me. I decided to learn Morse, no matter how and when.That my decision came to acomplishment in February,2011.I saw at my school a notice,from radio club E73ECJ.There it was written that the club will train anyone who is interested to learn Morse, and I applied with the help of E73X, op. Mata (he is my teacher). I must express my gratitude to him,for introducing me to great world of HAM RADIO. Besides him,I must also thanks to E73PY,E75MJ,E73ZR for helping me. I succesfully passed HAM OPERATOR exam on June 19th. My licence was issued to me on 28th of June.

Today I am operating from the rooms of radio club, on KENWOOD TS 430S, with dipole antena, mostly on 40 meters (few qso on 20 meters). As of my favourite mode, just look at callsign. I work mainly CW, but currently am operating SSB a little bit.

That is enough about me.

73 and hope to hear you on the air! op. Dule (Дуле Душко Веселиновић)

 

From 18.01.2012. life member of UCWC #4472

Also SKCC#8903

 

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