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IZ5PQT Italy flag Italy

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  • Transceiver ICOM IC-756Pro3
  • 2nd receiver Kenwood R-5000
  • SDR receiver ELAD FDM-S2
  • Other receivers: several SONY ICF portables, Lafayette HA-230, Trio 9R-59D
  • VHF UHF Yaesu FT-7900
  • Microphone Kenwood MC-60, ICOM SM-20
  • Antennas
    • HF bands: 28 m inverted-L with external tuner at the base
    • 144-430 MHz Diamond X-300N
  • Antenna Tuners
  • MFJ-941E (manual)
  • SG-239 (automatic)

Grid square: JN53ER

QSL Policy: eQSL.cc and LoTW preferred. If you like to get my QSL paper card send me yours and I will reply without charge directly. Bureau QSLs will be answered via Bureau. No more reply to electronic QSLs from SWLs since eQSL.cc does not distinguish them from others.

Clubs EPC: 10155 30MDG: 3445, CARC (CERN Amateur Radio Club)

Awards: DXCC (110 countries, mixed), WAS (basic), eDX100, ePFX300

Visit my WEB page www.televideo.ws. You will find detailed information about retrofitting the Heathkit SB-230 linear with a russian triode.

I started with radio in the early sixties of the past century, thanks to the 1948 Edition of the Radio Amateur's Handbook that was given to me by a friend. I started building a superhet from the book, featuring metal Octal tubes, already obsolete at the time. I still love tubes and I have a few tube receivers. A second project was the double-conversion receiver for 80 and 40 m from the 1958 Handbook. I was scared by the Morse code test to become a ham, so I turned to SW listeming on the tropical bands (2.2-5.1 MHz), where I have been active for more than 30 years. Since the activity on those bands is disappearing I decided finally to switch to ham radio.I got my license in 2009,also thanks to the fact that Morse is no longer required in Italy.At the moment I am essentially active on digital modes (RTTY, PSK31, JT65 and JT9) and I am studying Morse code with very slow progress. I prefer digital modes since with my modest antenna they offer good possibilities of DX-ing.








Pirate operation in the 1960s, testing two surplus BC-1000 transceivers. The future IZ5PQT is on the left.

Professional Info I am an active researcher in experimental particle physics at CERN (experiment LHCb). You could occasionally hear me operating F6KAR, the CERN Club station.


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