I have log data and QSL cards for JD1BFI.( 3.5 - 50MHz "from Oct.21 1991 to Jan.2 1993" only. )
QSO DATA: Total 4,940QSOs, include JD1-NA SP/LP QSOs on 50MHz.
Please note : I can reply to cards received with a self addressed envelope and US$2 for return postage.
I'm QRV on 6m since 1970
In 1970 i got JA5FFJ license at the age of 15,only 50MHz AM/FM.
In 1974 added SSB/CW,in 2013 added RTTY,in 2015 added WSJT.
Impressive QSOs on 6m
1979:PY1DMQ(1st SA),WA6BYA(1st NA)
1981:ZB2BL(1st Eu/LP in the morning)
1991:CE0DFL(Easter/SA),SV1OE(1st Eu/LP in the evening)
2002:FJ5DX(NA/LP,and Eu&Af/LP at the same time)
Many thanks for many QSOs,to VK3OT Steve and the other VKs.
6m the Magic Band!!
See you on 6m.
May 1970 Inoue(ICOM) FDAM3
Nov. 1985 Yaesu FT102+homebrewTRV, TORIO(Kenwood) TS600, (PC: NEC PC9801F2)
Homebrew 6m/cw transceiver
TS590,IC756pro2 for WSJT,RTTY mode
6m 9el Yagi(M2 6M2WL)
6m 2el Yagi(HB9CV design)
6m mobile antenna: 5el Yagi, 2el Yagi, Whip
My build PC
mainPC#1 with SSD for database(Core2Duo)
mainPC#2 with SSD+HDD for WSJT,RTTY mode(Core i5)
subPC#1 with SSD(Core2Duo)
subPC#2 for WSJT,RTTY mode(Athlon64)
Building PC is easy,but it is most important that we select the PC Parts from huge number of parts for stability of the PC.
I'm using ASUS motherboards since AT form.
My mobile PC
notePC#1 with SSD for WSJT,RTTY mode(Core i3)
Note PCs are a subset of the PC, and are not one of the PC.
CPU and the other parts are different at all.