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PREVIOUS CALL HC2AD, HC2CUF

OTHER CALLSIGN: KK4AKM

I started on ham radio at the age of 17 years old inspired from old stories and good friends. My first radio was a Swan Cygnet 270 and a Kenwood TR-2600 handie.Now I am electronic engineer thanks to amateur radio that has teach me a lot. Actually I'm active in ssb ragchewing, contest, psk-31 but CW most of the time.

In my actual shack I do have an Icom IC-7200 ,Yaesu FT-857D and Alinco DX-SR8. For VHF and Kenwood TM-281, Alinco DR-135,  Yaesu vx-6r and Kenwood TH-K20 HT. An Elecraft KX3  for qrp. CW keys are: Begali simplex, P2 from K8RA,Vibroplex code warrior,JH. Bunell Flameproof, and old Ameco K4 modified.

My antennas are: Mosley th33jr , 17m homebrew dipole, a Hustler 5BTV used for 30 and 40, loop for 12M and A503 for 6M. Member of SKCC # 3671T, NAQCC # 2375, FPqrp # 1957

Antenna in the picture is a black widows design for 20-30 and 40m for portable use... the best i could test before por portable and qrp.

Enjoy ham radio!!! And remember... everybody can talk but cw is an art.

Ps. in every qsl direct, an irc, sase or green stamp will be really apreciated. In exchange ,a beautiful QSL with nice straight key will be issued. 73.

 

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