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                                     I was born in 1949 north of JAPAN Akita.

coolIt was a dream to discharge an electric wave towards sky from a child's time. Ham license try to the April, 1968 at the time of high school. They are the days which have discharged the electric wave to the world towards sky since then by amateur radio as it is in a "JA7GYP-ham history."
Now,I have enjoyed again the amateur radio by retired over to Nov 2012 worked long.

surpriseJA7GYP also has licensed the 1kW power at 1.8MHz-50MHz. The operating frequency is 135kHz(100W) to 430MHz(50W). Having had my two towers,top of 38m hight and 24m hight has been set dipole, yagi beam antennas. 160m band antenna is Shunt feed. 6m band is 7ele long john into 1kW only DX.
135kHz transmitter is TX2200A (Tham Way), the receiver NRD-535D (JRC) has been use now.

HF band operation of theIC-7800/IC-7000(iCOM) and linear amplifier JRL-3000F(JRC) it's FET type.


laughTwo Tower(L:DX-1600 R:KT22R)


surprise160m TX Antenna system Remote control - Matching section & Tower(38m Top) Shant feed(20m)



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CQ ZONE 25,ITU ZONE 45 AKITA city(about 500km north of Tokyo)
GL: QM09BQ
IOTA: AS-007
JCC: 0401

Member of ADXA (The AKITA DX Association)& LoTW.

yesVy Tnx from Kei JA7GYP
 

                                     
Nov 2013 Operating desk de JA7GYP      The DXpedition sometimes enjoying at V63T


angrySee you next my Blog  ~ Hand crafted Kei ~ 



 

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