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May 2013: After a few months training I've just started with my first CW QSOs. please be patient with me.

I prefer VHF & higher bands for their challenges and room for learning vs. just buying a bigger amp to be competitive on hf.

Other branches of interest:

- utility monitoring

- homebrewing

- ARDF


While I'm not interested in competition, I often take part in contests and activity days as an opportunity to populate the bands and find correspondants, also as part of "IQ0RM" Urbe Microwave Team crew.

Member of

ARI Associazione Radioamatori Italiani

RSGB Radio Society of Great Britain

Blog and website: http://tarapippo.blogspot.it/ http://www.tarapippo.net/

 

Home shack:

HF FT950 into a small rotary dipole matched at feed point by a remote MFJ tuner - 40/80 morgain

50 MHz: 4 el. yagi 50/70 MHz dual band Innovantennas

70 MHz: 4 el. yagi 50/70 MHz dual band Innovantennas - Spectrum Communications transverter always QRP as the band has been allowed under very restrictive rules and on a temporary base in italy

144 MHz: 5 el. LFA Innovantennas yagi - Icom 910H 100w

432 MHz: 10 el. LFA innovantennas yagi - Icom 910H 75w

10 GHz: DB6NT mk2 transverter, 40cm offset, 200mW

 

IZ0MJE/0 from "Tusculum" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tusculum loc. JN61IT.Typical setup: FT817, 5w, into a full wave loop on 6mt or 5 el. yagi beam on 2m

IF9/IZ0MJE 18-22 May 2012 from Favignana Is. IOTA EU-054 JM67DW, ft817 5w into an Outback 2000 loaded mobile whip.


 

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