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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.

I must thanks to a dear friend of mine Jack IZ3DBA (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

GRT #259



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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