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I got in touch with ham radio in 1987 at the age of 11 as a member of HA8KQV club station in Oroshaza. I got my first licence (HA8LMC) in 1990. I am a CW enthusiast and the most I like is HF contesting and chasing DX.

QTH is Szigetszentmiklos, which is a riverside town 5km south from Budapest. I live there with my wife Wanda and our kids Denes & Szilard; born in 2010 & 2013.

I have been building my contest station since 2012 in the Matra mountains (Matraszentimre) at 812m ASL. It has decent slopes towards the Americas and Asia. The station is configured for single band contesting yet with the two 19m high crankup masts. One of them is holding the 4L longboom monobander for 20m, the other one has a KT36XA (M2) for 20-15-10. Both are indexable and set up for multidirectional beaming thru a stack switch. Recent project is to remotely access the station from the home QTH.

Station automation is already in place for soab hp so2r contest operation, the antenna system though, will need to be extended for the remaining HF bands during 2014.

Visit my blog, started not long ago: www.ha7gn.blogspot.com


QSLing: most preferred way is via the buro, unless I have sent you a direct request.


CU in the bands, 73, DX. Gabor


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