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My name is Fred. Since 1977 I have been licesed as radio amateur and I have succsessfully broadcasted for some years on VHF-UHF frequencies to over 90 countries with call name HB9POM*HB0POM.*`d like to mention a Highlight EU-DX Trophy with number 57 of DARC. Since January 1985 I`ve been working with a call name HB9DAX on HF bands in my favourite categories CW and QRP. Beginning with HW7 and HW9 I assembled my own Elecraft K2, K3, KX3 QRP tranceiver. I also bought a portabel FT 817 Yaesu that I took to some trips for holidays for broadcasting in QRP qrv.Till first august  2013. I succeeded to reach a QRP country quota of a total 311 with a lot of effort, endurance and special radio techniques. And if good Lord might allow, perhaps Iìi succeed to use next solar spots maximum for reaching of the rest countries. My awards are: DXCC, WAC, WAS, WAZ, CQ-DX, QRP Master, ONE-DAY WAC working all in QRP. I am member of: USKA, DIG, AGCW, , BTC, ARCI, RTC, CTC,R-CWC, U-CWC, CWops, HSC, HACWG, OE-CW-G , A1C, GACW, RRC,RCWC, SP-CW, TRC, DL-QRP, G-QRP, HI-QRP, OK-QRP, RU-QRP, JA-QRP,9A-QRP , ALASKA-QRP,NAQCC, FISTS,SKCC, MARCONISTA,KEYMAN`S-JA, DXCC-QRP, TEN-TEN 40901

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