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Hi dear OM,
if you are here it means that you have met me in CW. My poor but essential station that is made of: Yaesu FT-817ND, Elecraft T-1 ATU, paddle BEGALI SIMPLEX (www.i2rtf.com) and Windom antenna 20 m long.
I'm on air since april 2005 and in CW since october 2006.
Sometimes, when I'm in field day, I use a "Fishing Rod Antenna" homemade 10 m high and a vertical for 40 m (6 m high) made by Eugenio IZ3NYI (vanished) and on the roof there is a Off Center Dipole 40 meters long bought by MaxAntenne IK2ILT.
I must thanks to a dear friend of mine Jack IZ3DBA now IZ0DBA (www.iz3dba.it) that introduced me in the art of the telegraphy and Ampelio IK3JBP that made me fall in love with QRP.
Currently I'm using a 1961 Vibroplex Champion S/N 221495, a 1948 Vibroplex Blue Racer S/N 157991and the EDDYSTONE of the last below photo.
Best QSO to everybody and I hope to meet you soon on CW.
And a great thanks to Alfred Vail (1807-1859): the real power behind Morse Code.
72, 73 de Max, IW3ILM - KC2YNT
AGCW-DL #3422 - NAQCC #2951 - Flying Pigs QRP #2002 - ARMI #A/669
VIBROPLEX COLLECTOR'S ASSOCIATION #083
E. F. JOHNSON SPEED-X 114 - 510
THE LEGO PADDLE, a remarkable project by Hugo Scott Whittle M0HSW
EDDYSTONE BUG model S689 - S/N GZ0264 (former RSGB Museum)
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