My name is LUIGI and i was born in 1960, i've received my first HAM calsign IW3QRS in 1989, then operating with YAESU FT290R (qrp) and beam on 144 Mhz, never got great satisfaction on 2 meter band.
I've always been mainly interested on HF band and CW mode so in 1992, after telegraphy examination, i've obtained my actual HAM calsign IV3XNF.
I like all digital mode.
Equipment for HAM activity:
Band : 10-12-15-17-20-30-40-6-2 Mtr. - 70 Cm.
Mode : SSB - RTTY - PSK31 - CW - SSTV.
Rigs: K-Line - Icom IC775-DSP - Yaesu FT 757GX - Icom ic 207 - Kenwood tm 733 - Kenwood Tm 241 and - SDR PmSdr.
QRP rig: Yaesu FT-817ND (5 Watts)cwwith:DXKey
Ant. : HEX-BEAM MARK II HD by SP7IDX Technology - 6 bands -Dipole G5RV Junior - Diamond X 30 2 Mtr & 70 Cm.
Computer: Aspire Pentium Dual-Core inside.
First digital Interface: MicroKeyer II.
Second digital Interface: HomeMade SoundCard: M-Audio Delta44.
I QSL 100%. All my QSO's are uploaded to LOTWand eQSL (immediately), it is also all rigth by direct.
QSL via : Direct ,e- Qsl.cc(AG) ,LoTW and Hrdlog.net
You can see in the following log, that all the QSO done with call IV3XNF/QRP
have been performed with 5 watts of power (YAESU FT817ND), while without /QRP are made with superior power.
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