JH1GEX "Yutaka" since Sep. 2012
I was originally licensed in 1979 at the age of 15 in JA2-area, and devoted myself to DX, Contests, Portable-operations, during high school and university.
After graduation, I became a radio-wave engineer. Since work was very busy, I was forced to quit ham-radio activity.
In September 2012, the shack was completed. Then I took the new callsign JH1GEX, and started ham-radio again with 1kW & Dipole antenna.
Then in October 2012, I constructed a crank-up tower and Yagi-antennas for 20/15m.
Mount Fuji is the most famous and highest mountain(3,776m) in Japan, and it was registered as the "World Heritage" in June 2013. It is a very beautiful and sacred mountain, all the Japanese people are proud of Mount Fuji.
Every Friday night, after the job, I come to the shack. It takes about an hour and a half through the highway distance of 110km. I enjoy the ham-radio at the shack from Friday night to Sunday noon, then I go back to Tokyo.
I am not good at English, because I had no need to speak English in my life and job. So English-speaking QSO is a hard job for me. When you work with me, please speak slowly and use easy words. Thank you.
Simple shack : Yaesu FTDX5000MP+VL1000 1kW output
My shack is surrounded by the extensive forest of more than 20mH. The trees are higher than my antennas. However, there is no problem with the transmitting and receiving of ham-radio. Rather, they are protecting my antennas from the wind.
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