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I developed an interest in Amateur Radio after reading a comic when I was 10 or 11 years old. The story was about a young boy talking on the radio to far away places and making good friendship through the radio.

 

It took a couple of years until I got my first license in 1976 as HM5KY and it was changed to HL5KY in 1981 as HM was given to North Korea. I also had a chance to take FCC license exam in Korea back in 1992. Taking 5 different written and 3 different morse tests in one day, I got AB6KT in 1992 and had it changed to a vanity call, N2KY in 1997.

 

Among many aspects of Ham Radio, my main interest has always been having nice conversation and developing good friendship with people all around world. I share my interest with my xyl, Yuni HL5BTF who had already been an active Ham even before we met. Only daughter, Jenny also got her ticket as 6K5CDJ in 2008.

 

After about 10 year absence from Amateur Radio, I came back to this great hobby September 2011 with an Internet remote station. The radio and antennas are about 10kms away from where I live. I only have a front panel of TS-480SAT on my desk.

 

You can also find me on CQ-100, Echolink and Hamsphere.

 

Internet Remote Station (10kms away)



3el-40m, 4el-20m, 4el-15m 5el-10m, 7el-6m..

 



TS-480SAT + 1K-FA + RemoteRig

DXpedition to Cook Islands, South Pacific in July 2007

Last minute preparation with ZL1SN
before we left NZ.

A basic station at the corner of the bungalow
we stayed at.


QSL card for our first DXpedition in E51 land.(used to be ZK1)


 

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