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The above is my second radio shack, in workshop, with old gears .....

Hello! if you are reading here probably we had a CW QSO.

I begun to play with radios at 13, building a crystal receiver. I obtained my Ham licence on january 1966.

In 1967 I obtained the International Certificate as Radio Officer of the Merchant Navy, but I never sailed. CW is my favourite mode of operation (more than 90%),and I'm member of INORC (Italian Naval Old Rhythmers Club - n°391), CTC (CroatianTelegraphy Club - 1169) and ARMI (Associazione Radioamatori Marinai Italiani - n°154).

My equipments :

transceivers FT901DM (Yaesu) , IC-751A (Icom), SR400 (Hallicrafters), TR4 Cw (DRAKE)

transmitter : HT32B (Hallicrafters),

receivers : RA17L (Racal), R-388/URR (Collins),  R1120 (Sailor) .EE334 (Hagenuk-Drake).

. For QRP I use a SS-105S (Shimizu-Denshi) transceiver running 5 W out.

I use different types of KEYS : straight (Junkers, I1QOD, J38, and others from military surplus), bug VIBROPLEX , paddles BENCHER and others.

Antennas : vertical rod (6,5 meters) with automatic tuner & "random wire" (30 meters long) with manual tuner allow me to work the bands from 80m to 10m (3.5 to 28 MHz)

I QSL any QSO and SWL cards are welcome. No EQSL please. Best 73s and DX dear friend, hope contact you again on the air!

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