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Very 73 to all. Name is Sanyo, I was born on 1942 at northern part of China, where called Manchuria at that time.

Soon we returned to Japan with my family. I started my ham-life with home brew equipment (80m, 40m, AM mode by using all receiving tubes) in 1958. I am retired electronics engineer, nationality is Japanese, am married.

Although being a lack of fluency, I speak English, Spanish and Japanese.

Nowadays am enjoying very much of QSO by radio(1st class license in JA) and VoIP (Echolink, Skype) either.


73 a todos, Me llamo Sanyo Nagayama. Nací 1942 en norte de China donde se llamaban Manchuria, e inmediatamente regresamos a Japón con mi familia.

Empecé mi vida de radio aficionado por equipo auto construido (80m, 40m, AM utilizando todas las válvulas sacadas de la vieja radio) en 1958.

Estoy jubilado de ingeniero electrónico, y nacionalidad japonesa.

Soy casado, aunque no muy fluido pero hablo ingles, castellano, y japonés. En estos días estoy muy activo saliendo por la radio verdadera y VoIP (Echolink, Skype) ambos.


The Antenna is home brew 5band quad which is fed by Automatic Tuner at the top of the mast.

2elements for 20, 3elements for 17,15,10m and single loop for 12m.

For the band change, using remote relay to put the adequate element in to the auto tuner.

By using telescopic boom, we can maintain the antenna elements putting it near our hands.


La Antena es casera, 5 banda cuado cubica que esta alimentada por sintonizador automatico colocado en el pico de la torre.

Por el motivo de cambiar la banda, usando remoto rele para conectar adecuado elemento al sintonizador automatico.

Mediante el uso de viga telescopica, podemos hacer el mantenimiento facilmente trayendo los elementos cerca a mis manos.


Blog for my experimentation.


QSL only eQSL or Direct Please!

73 a todos muchisimas gracias por la atencion.


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