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HB9ZAG my last QSO



My QTH in Switzerland



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HB9ZAG Antenna System in Switzerland










I was QRV with the call sign I4/HB9ZAG or I/HB9ZAG or IK4/HB9ZAG on the following dates:

- 12.08.2008 - 19.08.2008

- 17.07.2009 - 10.08.2009

- 16.07.2010 - 15.08.2010

- 16.07.2011 - 14.08.2011

- 09.06.2012 - 10.07.2012

- 12.07.2013 - 11.08.2013

- 27.06.2014 - 27.07.2014


My vacation QTH in Italy: Savignano sul Rubicone (Emilia Romanga = Perfix I4 or IK4)

Long : 12.40415 E (12° 24' 15'' E)
Lat : 44.08283 N (44° 4' 58'' N)
QTH locator : JN64eb



Operating Equipment Italy (Kenwood TS-990, Expert 1K-FA)


5 Band Spiderbeam Antenna in Italy (10,12,15,17,20m)


4 Band Homebrew Dipol  in Italy (40,20,17,10m)


Vertical Antenna AV-640 in Italy (40,20,10m, 6m)


AV- 640 and Spiderbeam Italy



Identify your station with the right callsign for Italy!

Remember to identify your station with the appropriate callsign ! Following the C.E.P.T. rules you must identify the country of operation, your home call and the operative conditions, e.g. I/DL1ABC/P.

Italy is divided into call areas, mainly on region base, so that it is a nice practice to use the appropriate local prefix, eg. I2/DL1ABC/P for Lombardy and IT9/DL1ABC for Sicily. Ask a local Amateur Radio for the right area call suffix or just use the C.E.P.T. rules using the I prefix only. See the following map as reference.

Italian call areas

To properly choose a prefix callsign, if moving in other CEPT countries visit the
E.R.O.-C.E.P.T. website and have look also at additional E.R.O.-C.E.P.T. info


Italy Operating Rules

Frequenzy: 135,7–137,8 kHz; 1,83–1,85; 3,5–3,8; 7–7,2; 10,1–10,15; 14–14,35;

18,068–18,168; 21–21,45; 24,89–24,99; 28–29,7; 50–51

Power: 500 W

Operation Modes :all (10 MHz only CW; 50 MHz: CW/SSB/Digital)


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