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Hi all,

I was lincensed in 2000 and been active as ham since then.

Major interests are in HF CW (usually low power and sometimes real QRP < 5 wtts) and in 6m band. You can find me often on the 10m and 40m QRP calling frequencies, or trying to break through some pile ups in the HF.

Current set up includes ICOM IC746 as main HF rig, IC706MKII as back up, YAESU FT817 for some portable / backpacking and SDR 4+ as sdr receiver.

Antennas are: G5RV for low HF, 4 elements yagi beam for 10 m (homemade), 8 m vertical and 6 m vertical for reception only. Some of the antennas are on top of a 9m high tower placed on top of my house. I like to build my own antennas, and most of them are infact home made.

Below you can see my eQSL and on top of this page my paper QSL. I usually confirm every single QSO via buro and via eQSL.com.

My other big passion is hiking, trekking, climbing and skying in the Alps. In the background of my eQSL you can see one of the most beatiful valley in the Alps, the Cane' valley. I really love to be there every time I can.

I am living in Milan with my wife Laura and our daughter Ale.

See you.

Ciao, 73,

Frank IZ2DQB

 

 

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