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My amateur radio activity started in 1970. It was from 6m band in the beginning, and QSO with VK stations from JA by sporadic-E propagation was enjoyed for a while. Then, 1975, it began to QSO by HF, which is the essence of a ham. When activity by HF was begun, naturally the first target was becoming a DXCC member. If a high-gain directive,like Yagi-Uda,antenna was used, it wasn’t so difficult to work 100 countries. But I made myself the target confirm with a simple Di-pole antenna 100 countries. So ,carrying out 100 countries acquisition,took in three years after all, and it carry out skilled of the amateur radioactivity enough. After that, the three-element antenna was utilized and 260 countries QSO were made. In 1994, it carried out by flying an antenna by the typhoon, and had to be forced QRT. Since propagation was not good moreover, so, I was QRTed for a while (except UHF). My future target is, someday, on the air from every corner of the World.

2006 Aug.25th, after a longtime QRT, I came buck again.Now,the propagation was so poor, but I am very active on 20m,15m and 10m band. See the picture of my 4elements tri-bander Yagi-Uda antenna.



2008 WW WPX SSB20L 2009 WW DX SOSB20L


2011 WW WPX SSB20L




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VE Activity in JAPAN

I have call sign of USA "AB2ST" and act as Member of Tokyo VE Team in Japan.



I visited to India twice in 2010 and we had carried out a first FCC examination in India.

*Visiting Station in Hyderabad India,May 2010*


*Visited in Pollachi HFI(Ham Fest India),Nov.2010

Our India-Japan Friendship VE Team was honored by HFI.



*HAM Fest in India KOCHI Dec.2011

Yes This is 3rd time visiting



*Operated Station*

QRV from GUAM Is.(OC-026)

Feb.25th-Mar.1st 2010

Members of TIARA (Tokyo International Amateur Radio Association) namely AB2ST, K0EN,

and KG6WTW was on the air from Guam (OC-026) from Feb 25th until Mar 1st, 2010.

This project is the sequel to the one in 2008.

QSL card of Operation 2010

QSL route of AB2ST/KH2 and KG6WTW/KH2is via JARL Bureau toJF1TEU or S.A.S.E. to above address.

*AB2ST/KH2 Feb.15th-17th 2008*



*BW2/JF1TEU June 25th-July 2nd 2008*


73 de JF1TEU


See You on The Air.

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