Welcome to my QRZ.com page.
I'm a licensed Ham since 2006.
This is my little shack at home.
As you can see, I like the charmy vintage Yaesu radios !!
From home I use on the HF my perfectly working FT-101-ZD with all her old accessories, while for the VHF I have the FT-225-RD and the FT-790-R for the UHF
I also have two nice receivers: the FRG-7700 for the HF and the FRG-9600 for the V-UHF.
My vertical antennas: HF " Diamond CP6 " and the V-UHF " Discone " both mounted on the balcony. There are also a couple of more RX verticals and one HF rotary dipole on the roof.
Unfortunately I don't have so much space for the antennas and for the shack, but everything is working fine and I'm happy with that.
I'm a member of the ARI club IQ5VZ and also member of the ARS club IQ5HX, both located in my hometown.
Professionally I'm a yacht's captain.
This is my radio station onboard; FT-857 D connected to the yacht's marine band SSB antenna, a whip 7 mts long.
Mainly from the yacht I operate in digital modes; I like to make QSOs in PSK and JT65
So, due to my job I'm very often transmitting form different countries.
Currently I'm operating from the West Coast of the North America.
I like the old HAM style to send and receive the QSL via the Bureau.
But because of my job please send your QSL via bureau to Italy ( ARI ) only even if you are answering to my QSL sent from a different country.
Sorry about some delay in answering to your QSL, but be 100% sure than soon or later I will do it.
I use EQSL.cc as well and direct cards to my home address are also very welcome.
My LOTW is not updated very often.
During the winter 2015 I assembled my first QRP RTX from a Kit, the BITX-20
I needed the help of a good friend to make the necessary alignements but now the radio is working properly, and the construction of the circuits was a very interesting experience.
I'm also doing some experiment with the Arduiono's cards
This is a simple project for a weather station
Another great hobby of mine: to fly with my microlight !
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