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The callsign ES3RF is used from January 2006.
QTH: village Vilivere, Raplamaa. QRA-loc: KO29IF.
Just 18 km to south direction from Tallinn.
Before, at this QTH, I used the callsign ES1RF/3.
My QSL-address is:
Gennadi Klevtsov,
P.O.Box 951,
13402, Tallinn,

The QSL policy:

From 1st of November 2011 our local post service was rise up fee for international letter service.
The standard letter up to 50 g costs 1,00 Euro to the most European countries and 1,10 Euro to the rest of the World!

For those, who want to get QSL-cards from me direct, please include SAE + 1 valid I.R.C. or 2 US $$.

Without postage return fee I will answer via the bureau!

100% of my QSOs on the all bands are confirmed via LOTW!


My main interest on VHF and up bands: 50, 70, 144, 432 and 1296 MHz at the present time.

Rare on HF, where I have only Cushcraft R8 vertical antenna for 7 - 28 MHz bands.

Antenna farm (on the picture):

50 MHz - 5 el; 70 MHz - 7 el (mast on the middle). Max. 400W otput.

432 MHz - 8x19 el (elevated), 1296 MHz - 4x35 el (Mast on left side).

144 MHz - 4x18 el (elevated).

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