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Hi and thanks for visting my QRZ page.

Born in 1969, I got my ham licence in 2000 and being active since then. I am currently living in Milano with my wife Laura and our doughter Ale.

Mayor interests: HF CW ONLY ! Favourite bands are 10 m QRO (I like to experiment with old CB linear amplifiers since they are so cheap) and 20 m / 30 m / 40 m QRP often portable. Also some summer activity on the magic band.

Currently trying to improve my CW proficency and collecting some new DXCC.

My current setup: ICOM 746, ICOM 706 MKII, SDR 4+ receiver.

Ant: 10m 4 el YAGI, 30m single delta loop, 40m dipole, vertical 4 m tall for reception only (all antennas homemade).

Homemade QRP kits: Wilderness SST (20m), Elecraft KX1 (great !), and ... Elecraft K2.

Beside ham radio, my other passion is the mountain: I like to hike, climb, ski in the beautyful italian alps. That’s why I am now planning to do some portable and SOTA activity (both as chaser and as activator) with my newly built KX1 and my old trusty Wilderness SST.

73,

Frank, IZ2DQB.

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