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Hello everybody, thanks for looking at my profile. My name's Serena. I live in a small town in the countryside in the north east of Italy. A very quiet place, indeed. I've been a ham since 1995.

My equipment: an ICOM 756 PRO III,  a JRC JRL-2000F amplifier, an ICOM SM-20 microphone.

I share this hobby and all the equipment with my husband, IW3GRG. He is a radio technician and does a lot of experiments with antennas.

I'm looking forward to contacting you non air!!!!

I'm very happy to receive your QSL cards and I'll answer to all, either via the bureau or direct.


The first homemade cubical quad 4 elements: 20m, 17m, 15m, 12m, 10m.


Some pictures of the second homemade cubical quad with 2 elements for 30m and 40m and 4 elements for 20m, 17m, 15m, 12m, 10m.


This is Lulù, one of my dogs.

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