I have accepted with pleasure the invitation of Nicola son of IS0VSG, that takes care of the site of it Web, to make a brief presentation of the activity radiantistica of IK2DFZ. Mark Joyous, lombardo DOC, married and happy father of two delicious girls has begun his/her activity radiantistica getting the Special License of radioamatore in 1979 with the nominative of IW2ALO. In 1983 it got her/it Ordinary License and the nominative of IK2DFZ was assigned him with which has collected and confirmed shortly time the whole 336 countrieses of the DXCC both in CW and in SSB. Always available with his friends, hee is also interested of technical problems and he has been for many years Sysop of the BBS IK2DFZ-8. In the years 90, pushed by the commune friend Cesare I2ZFD, it started to grieve rather to fall in love himself with the gang 160 meters that generally the gang elite is considered since he is used and frequented by the most beautiful names of the international radiantismo. The beginnings have been hard since, both for inexperience or for spar and inadequate equipments, our Mark didn't succeed in listening and to work what the Top Gun of the Top Band they succeeded in easily connecting. Today Mark is one of the most beautiful names of the Low Band and succeeds in perceiving signals that often others in Europe don't listen and this owes him to his SDR-1000RX and ICOM PRO3, to the linear his Alpha 91B and to his spar inverted L long 82 meters 20 meters away from the ground. 246 countries confirmed of the DXCC and the WAZ-160 are its exploit, without counting the exceptional QSO long path with KH6CC effected to the 16:41 gmts of 11 January of this year. You road to be crossed for being himself to the vertexes of the Top Band is very arduous but, knowing the tenacity of Mark and the experience from him acquired in the time, I am sure that shortly time will be also undoubtedly to the Top of the classification DXCC 160 meters as it is him in the DXCC CW, Mixture and SSB.
Ad maiora and good luck!! IT9ZGY - Peter Marino
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