Please visit my web site http://digilander.libero.it/iz0cls/index.htm
Please se this video of my shack http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fxqs7mtuT-A
I present to you,
my name is Angelo Folcarelli, are born on 13 April 1951 at Civitavecchia, a town about 80Kmnorth of Rome.
Civitavecchia is a townin the province ofRome place on the coast of Lazio Region. Its port is a major passenger
terminal for maritime connections among others with Sardinia, Sicily and, through the "motorways of the sea",
Barcelona, Toulon, Tunis, Malta, and Corsica.
Thanks to the great stream of cruise ships, the port of Civitavecchia is today the second European port number
passengers per year in transit.
Are Amateur Radio from 1978 and joined in A.R.I. Association RadioAmateur Italian Section of Civitavecchia
I started my business in the HF bands inSSB and RTTY, but right nowi have been attracted by the frequencies
the highest such as V-U-SHF, andequipment amplifiers preamplifiers about these bands.
One of the first projects developed was that of an RX-TX for the band of 2 meters, followed by a Transverter for
the 432 MHz, followed in turn by a tube Amplifier for the 23 cm band.
After some years of inactivity due to the QRL and other commitments from a few years I have taken up the task,
motivated the fact that my son Fabrizio started also amateur radio activity since the age of 12 years
achieving the licence the following year. A few years later he was granted the callsign IZ0CLS
We are currently working mostly on gangs of 432 and 1296 MHz developing construction of antennas
dishes of various diameters and performance.
Currently my station is as follows:
HF: Kenwood TS-820S + AT230
VHF: Yaesu FT-290 R
VUHF: Icom IC-821h
UHF: Icom IC-490e
SHT: MMT Transverter IF 144 MHz
HF 3 el Yagi ERE - Dipoles 40-80-160 HM - Delta Loop 40 HM - R7000 Chruschraft - Windom 10-160 HM
VHF 20 el long Yagi 10m Boom - GP
UHF 39 el long Yagi 10 m Boom - 4 x 21 F9FT
SHF 4 x 55 F9FT - 3 meter Dish full Home Made
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