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EU2TT Belarus flag Belarus

alias for: EW2ABF

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Hi, dear OM (YL)! ;)

I was born in April 1967, was SWL, but then for a long time has not been involved in radio, because the family and children consuming all my time.
I have a smart son and two beautiful daughters, and of course, my lovely wife!
Now children have grown up a little and I went back to amateur radio, this time not as a listener and as an operator.

My first callsign, EW2ABF, I had less than a year - from April 2013 to February 2014.
In February 2014, I raised the amateur category and received my new callsign EU2TT.

My transceiver is homemade HF-VHF SW-2013, the author of transceiver circuit - Alexander UR3LMZ.

  • Working frequencies - 1..30 MHz, 144-146 Mhz.
  • Output power is 25-40 watts, depending of the band on HF and up to 18W on 145 MHz.
  • Sensitivity on the HF without HFA better than 0.5 µV, with HFA 0.25 µV.
  • Sensitivity on VHF better than 0.1 µV.
  • Blocking dynamic range HF above 90 dB.
  • Carrier suppression more than 70 dB.
  • Output power is 25-40 watts, depending of the band.
  • Digital interface: USB cable and audio cable.
  • Dimensions 175 x 185 x 67 mm
  • Weight 0.9 kg

It is an excellent entry-level device! But I have long dreamed of another one ;)

I love to experiment, to build more and more antennas.

Now my antenna is made with 6-meters fiberglass rod asymmetrical vertical dipole for three bands - 14, 21 and 28 MHz with short counterweights.

It is very good choice for those who like to travel with the radio. It is easy to disassemble, transport to another place and reassemble.

Now I'm thinking about building another antenna, also vertical, but with gamma matching. I hope in the summer 2015 I will try to work it;)

Thanks to everyone who provides QSO with me, I sincerely thank you!

Dear friends, I am thankful for your QSL cards, which was sent directly to me.

I want to tell you that I can't send a QSL cards to you directly, without payment on your side. It is very expensive for me and my family. 
If you need my card directly, rather than through the Bureau, then please put in an envelope:

If you live in Europe, the 1 valid IRC (or €1/$1),
if you live outside Europe, the 2 valid IRC (€2/$2).

The type of IRC coupon is valid for 2015.

The Bureau (p.o. box 469, Minsk, 220050, Belarus) or E-QSL or LotW is less expensive, and it is the best choice.

I hope, you will understand me.

Thank you and see you soon on the Air!

73&DX! Ruslan.

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