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The picture was taken in the local museum at the Museums' night exhibition in 2012.
 
Hi,

I was born on July 10-th, 1957 in Püspökladány, Hungary. This is an agro-town on east of Hungary 60 km to the romanian (YO) border.
In September of 1975 I meet with few operators of the local Radio Club HA0KHW, and were my first steps to be HAM start to learn morse code. After a succesfull exam I received my membership of the club in spring of 1976.
My elmers was HA0HW Laci, HA0IG Andris, ex-HA0IE Jóska and HA0IF (SK). Thanks for their help and friendship on this page too.
 
I’m HA0IR since 1979. I like to work on 40 and 10 meters very much.
I prefer the CW, 99% of my QSOs were made on this mode.

My rig:

- FT-757 GX
- 3 el 3 band Yagi at 20 m
- multiband dipole for 80, 40, 20, 15 m on same high
- Gp for 10 m

I prefer QSLing via bureau but I can answer to direct requests too.
 
My son HA0002SWL registred my call on eQSL.cc. He will upload my logs to eQSL, year 1994 first.
Thanks all eqsl. We will reply all, please be patient!

cu in the bands, vy 73/Dx de Berci
 
 
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