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IZ2UUF Morse Koch CW

I am the developer of IZ2UUF Morse Koch CW, an Android application to train fast CW operations using the Koch method. Read my article for more details.

My QSL card:

My antennas

Dipoles

They are self made, except for the V/U verticals. They include a 45m long inverted-vee dipole, used mainly on lower bands, and a 13m highly directional rotating folded dipole working all bands from 10 to 20 meters. Both antennas are fed by balanced lines.

Below a self designed and built Yagi-Uda for the 2m band. Long-boom (4.7m), 10 elements, it is build with a fiberglass boom and very thin (2.4mm) aluminum elements. The entire antenna, excluding the rotor, weights only 1300g.

10 elements long-boom Yagi-Uda

My station

This is my station:

IZ2UUF station equipment

My eQSL authenticy certificate:

My eQSL authenticy certificate

I'm member n.9531 of the Straight Key Century Club:

SKCC Certificate

Me climbing... :-)

 

 

Working 2m from Alps mountain top with my portable self-designed, self-built 4-el Yagi:

 

Here with a guest! :-)

Radio operations with a cow

Trying UHF CQ on top of Cevedale, 3769 m above sea level:

 

Myself working 40m at 1700m on a mild fall day. Yaesu FT817ND, MFJ-901 tuner, self made vertical zepp antenna.

IZ2UUF, Mountain QRP on 40m

 

Winter activation on 40m in the snow (near Pizzo Scalino):

IZ2UUF, Pizzo Scalino

 

Working CW/QRP in heavy snow during Winter at over 2000m on the Alps:

IZ2UUF,

 

 

July 27th, 2013 - First QRP Respect Day, activating Monte Resegone 1875m (SOTA LO-307) in CW:

IZ2UUF, 1st QRP Respect Day

Val Poschiavina (SO), at 2300m a.s.l. on the Alps; FT817, CW/QRP and vertical-zepp antenna:

IZ2UUF, Val Poschiavina

 

Laghetti di Sassersa (SO), at 2429m a.s.l. on the Alps; FT817, CW/QRP and doublet-dipole fed by 450-ohm window line (two pictures):

IZ2UUF, Laghetti di Sassersa

IZ2UUF, Laghetti di Sassersa

 

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