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My amateur radio activity started in 1970. It was from 6m band in the beginning, and enjoyed to having QSO with VK stations from JA via sporadic-E propagation for a while. Then, 1975, I get start to QSO on HF Band with simple wire Dipole antenna and output power 100W, which is the essence of a HAM. Activity by HF was begun, naturally the first target was becoming a DXCC member. If I use high-gain antenna at that time,like Yagi-Uda, it wasn’t so difficult to work 100 countries.But I made my target to have 100 countries QSO by Di-pole on 20m single Band antenna.It took three years after all, and carry out skilled of the amateur radio activity. I had 100 countries DXCC confirmation,then I builed up the three-elements Yagi-Uda antenna and 260 countries QSO were made. In 1994.After that,Unfortunately,my 3-Elements Yagi-Uda took down by the typhoon, and had to be forced QRT. Since propagation was not good, so, I was QRTed for a while (except UHF).

2006 Aug.25th, after a long-time QRT, I came back again.Now,I am very active to have QSO and participating DX Contest on 20m,15m and 10m band. See the picture of my 4elements tri-bander Yagi-Uda antenna.

My next target issue is,someday,on the air from every corner of the World.



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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