Hello! I'm Gilberto Zezza,I live in Brindisi,a litte town in south Italy. I was born in 1971 and I got ham licence in 1987 when I was sixteen.
I'm married with Roberta,and we have two children,Tiziano & Giulia
Before 1987,like other OM,I was a CB operator and I was interested in elettronic stuff,music and broadcast FM radio;my last Broadcast FM radio was Diffusione Radio, it was 1996 then I have close trasmission on FM
My local CB ID was "Falco 2" ; I started in 1983 with a Tenko 6 channels and few watt...
With the ham licence I start on HF and 2&70 cm bands : fist rtx on hf was Sommerkamp TS288a and then Yaesu FT200. On VHF and UHF I start with Kenwood TR7500 for local FM dx net and FDK multi 750xx+Expander430. It was 1987...
I like VHF & UP,in ssb/cw mode,doing es and tropo qso.I did thousand of qso on all bands,from 160 to 23 cm.As you can see in the photo,I like vintage radios,and I'm happy to use and modify those rigs. Elettronic and RF is my job,ham radio is my play!
I'm a member of Salento DX Team (but now it's disappeared,the list of members has been reset...i don't understand the meaning of this decision ...) and Mediterraneo DX Team,today the best dx club in Italy,very active and dinamic.
You can find me on all bands,specially from 50 mhz until 1296 mhz,in phone and cw mode,tropo,Es,and air scatter modality.
I like Contests on these bands too,and HF specially during the winter,when vhf&up are closed.
I dont't like digital mode.In the past I use RTTY on hf but ...it's too simple...and no fashion for me.
My past calls were : SV8/IK7LMX - ZA3/IK7LMX - IB0/IK7LMX - IB0S - IR7LH - IK7LMX/0 - IK7LMX/7 - IK7LMX/8 - IL7/IK7LMX - IL7ARI - IR7T - IQ7J,IQ7IA,II7P and others.
QSL : for some years I did't receive QSL,and I lost a lot of them. It's a long story...but if you need my card,please send me a request on my email and I will send card to you via the Bureau.
73 de IK7LMX,Gilberto.
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