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Thanks for your visit!!

I am a beginner ham(licenced in July 2010) and enjoying amateur radio. I love DXing, radio experiments,contesting.

I usually QRV from Tokyo Institute of Technology (at TOKYO-MEGURO/JCC#100110).

[ My house is an apartment so I can't put antennas and QRV from my home :(  ]


Rig : IC-7200


8el.Tribander NA-38DX(20/15/10mband,3/3/4el)@15mHigh

inverted-V dipole ant for 40m band@13mHigh

with LDG Z-100plus autotuner(With it, I can QRV through 80m to 6m band! )


I hope to see you on the air!


my channel on youtube : http://www.youtube.com/user/JG1OIY


some photos below

Since March 2012 our radio club purchased a tribander. I mainly use this antenna. 
8element tribander NA-38DX(20m/15m/10m,3/3/4el)

This antenna has 7 full-size elements and only one trapped element so very very good efficient and outastnding performance. With 100 or 200W,I'll be on the DX cluster!!


Me at shack(at club station JA1YAD in the university. )



Front view of "Main building" at Tokyo Institute of Technology.

I belong to Amateur Radio club (JA1YAD) and we use this building as shack and antenna farm when contest.

While contests, there are some YAGIs and Dipoles on this building.


My Rig(ICOM IC-7200M) and tuner(LDG Z-100plus).

Thanks for DSP technology, I never feel hard to operate in any case - without any option!



Previous antenna system

7MHz full size inverted-V dipole (15mHigh) (Now moved)

V-dipole for 20m(destroyed by storm!)



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