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The shack and antennas of JA8LRG.

Hi! I'm "FUMI".

These are my shack room and 4 antennas.
    Tranceiver IC-7600
    Linear Amplifier IC-PW1
    1. 2ele HB9CV for 12m & 17m (Top of the tower)
    2. Rotary dipole for 80m
    3. 4ele Yagi for 10m,15m & 20m
    4. Cushcraft R7 vertical for 10m,12m,15m,17m,20m,30m & 40m (On the roof)

I worked with 349 (337 current + 12 deleted) entities, 
                           and 348 (336+12) of those were worked by barefoot.

** Biography of my Ham Life **
1971 Got telephone class amateur operator license and licensed JA8LRG with 10Watts.
1972 Got 2nd class amateur operator license.
1973 Got 1st class amateur operator license.
1974 QRO to 200Watts.
1976 Got DXCC Award.
1977 Almost QRT for the job.
1984 QRO to 500Watts. (but still almost QRT.)
1990 Began DXing by mobile stn with 50Watts.
1994 QRT the mobile stn. (worked 234 entities by mobile stn.)
2000 Came back to DXing by fixed stn with 100Watts.
2008 Got U.S. Amateur Extra license in one day. (AE5JS)
2009 Got U.S. vanity callsign. (N5RG)
          Listed in DXCC H.R.
2012 QRO to 1kWatts. (but most QSOs are made by 100Watts.)
2014 Got Five-Band DXCC (5BDXCC) Award.

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