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Hallo to everybody,

I'm Stefano IT9CWA, 56 years old, married, two sons. I'm a manager working for the most important italian bank. I enjoy the radio since 1972. I started on 11 meters band (280 reached and confirmed countries) and, after so many years, I got my first ham license in 1997 with callsign IW9GLW. After two years I got my extra class license. I live in Cefalù  (locator JM78AA, long 14deg00'47''E, lat 38deg01'54''N), a famous touristic city on the mediterranean sea coast.

 

 

My rig (current set): Radios: Icom IC-756 pro III, Kenwood TH-F7E; Linear amplifier: Kenwood TL922; Mic: Icom SM20; Key: Bencher BY2;Computer: Acer Aspire 5920G 934G32BN Intel 2 Core T9300 with Windows Vista H.P.; Program for digi modes: MixW3.01 reg; USB Interface RigExpert Plus; Electronic Log: Flynext.

 

 

My antennas: 3 elements Yagi for 12 and 17 mt.; 3 elements Yagi for 10, 15 and 20 mt.; 2 elements Yagi for 40 mt.; 2 elements Yagi for 30 mt. on 40 mt band boom; inverted "V" dipoles 1/4 lambda for 80 and 160 mt.; Vertical HF3B (40, 80,160mt.); Tower: Pro.Sis.Tel. 14mt. high; rotator: Pro.Sis.Tel. PST61

 

 

My score on HF bands: 

Confirmed countries on each mode

(without 3 deleted):                                                     Myself and my rig (previous set - 2008)

PHONE      334 

CW              313 

RTTY          297

BPSK         168

 

Confirmed countries on each band:

160 mt.:     128

80  mt.:      225

40  mt.:      298

30  mt.:      301

20  mt.:      328

17  mt.:      322

15  mt.:      316

12  mt.:      278

10  mt.:      274

6 mt.:           30

Confirmed countries (without 3 deleted) for all bands and all modes: 335

Not confirmed countries: 6

- Crozet Isl.

- Heard Isl.

- Navassa

- Palmyra & Jarvis Isl.

- Prince Edward & Marion Isl.

- South Sanwich Isl.

 

IOTA score: 798 islands

You can see my log (last release from Jan 28 1999 through July 20 2014) on http://www.clublog.org/logsearch/it9cwa or http://dx.qsl.net/cgi-bin/logform.cgi?it9cwa

 

My current set (another picture - 2012)

 

Another picture (complete rig - 2010)

 

My antennas before the storm (5 ele.yagi for 10 mt.band was destroyed!!)

 

Myself and my rig - 1984                                                                                         Myself and my rig - 1989

 

Cefalù from antennas' site

 

Cefalù from the helicopter

 

Cefalù from little harbor (day and night)

 

Cefalù: sunset from the beach

 

Cefalù: the famous norman Cathedral

 

Cefalù: two other fantastic photos

 

 

During summer 2012, I started with another station located in my holidays' home. The village is called Gratteri, 700 meters a.s.l., locator JM67XX (long.13deg58'20''E lat 37deg57'56''N), and my working conditions are really simply: RTX: Kenwood TS570D, Kenwood TS140S, Uniden 2020P; MIC: Kenwood MC60; Linear Amplifier ERE HL1201P (600 W), ANT: Windom 80-10 mt.band; triband dipole (10-15-20 mt.); Rotator: Hy-gain CD45II; USB Interface: RigExpert Plus; Computer: Acer Aspire 1663WLMI.

 

Gratteri: my rig (2014) and my antennas

 

Gratteri: some views

 

Catch you soon on frequency.

 

 73' de Stefano IT9CWA

 

 

 

 

 

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