About JH1HRJ (LoTW is prefered for QSL, and e-QSL is OK, also via bureau or direct)
Visited Sunnyvlae, CA from Sept 23 to 26 for the OB meeting of the University of Electro-Communications, who live in US, and met with SVJHC (KK6JA) members, and also had a first ever fligt experience in the PIC seat for my life at Reid Hillview (RHV) airport in San Jose.
Being active as one of the operators of 8J1ISMC (Isumi-city 10 years anniversary special event station until March 2016).
Recent activities also include ZL7X DX Pedtion held from Sept 10-15, 2014, and more informations are on QRZ.com/ZL7X.
My name is Kaz, and I live in Hiratsuka-city, Kanagawa Japan, about 60km South West of Tokyo, southern part of Kanto plane
near Sagami bay and Pacific Ocean. The area here is nice suburb of Greater Tokyo and climate is calm with good fish and vegitable.
I have been ham for 48 years and have enjoyed mainly DX contact until this year, 62 years old.
Ham radio is one of my best and most favorite hobbies that can be done until SK of my life.
Because of my job, I had chances to operate radio with other countries licenses such as USA(WR6Y) New Zealand(ZL3JP/ZL7J/ZL7X), Korea(HL5ZEC) and some other countries
including guest operations such as DX1HBC in Manila, supported by many of my ham radio friends in these countries.
Recently concentrating to PSK31 and JT65/9 digital mode, also started 6m DX QSO with my new 6 element Yagi.
Fortunately the location here is on a hillside about 50m above sea level and good propagation especially to NA/SA and EU, so reasonably small beam and lower tower works well for good propagation.
I also have got a radio car used by a broadcasting station with a 25 feet telescopic antenna pole which is excellent for portable field operation.
Please enjoy some of my photos shown below.
I hope to work all of you, DX stations, see you on the air and waterfall.
Best 73s, de Kaz JH1HRJ
My Activities and Station:
Activities: DXCC, DX pedition, Mobile/Portable operation, Digital mode (RTTY, PSK31, JT65, WSPR)
Currently active on PSK31 and RTTY, EPC member #16248
Station: Rigs;TS950SDX, FT897D, TS690S, Linear amplifiier; FL2100Z, TL922, ALS600, AL800H
Antenna System: 4 elements Triband Yagi (14, 21, 28), 2 elements HB9CV (18,24)
Vertical (1.9, 3.5, 7. 10) + ATU, 6 element Yagi (50)
Verticals(50, 144, 430, 1200)
All antennas are on 14mh Crank-up Tower located on a hillside about 50m above sea level
Digital Mode: MMVari/Turbo Ham Log software on Windows VISTA PC, Rigblaster USB interface
Operator: Created in 1954, First licensed 1967 as JH1HRJ, 2010 as ZL3JP/ZL7J, 2012 as WR6Y, 2012 as HL5ZEC, 2014 as ZL7X
My Second Shack is located in Isumi city Chiba prefecture with a tribander, dipole, 6ele yagi for 6m, 8ele x 2 yagi for 2m, 25ele yagi x 2 for 430MHz on a 15m tower for JH1HRJ/1 operation (JCC 1238).
JARL(as JH1HRJ, Japan) / ARRL(as WR6Y, USA) / NZART(ZL3JP, New Zealand)
JA1YKB, Vice-Chair, Hiratsuka Reginal Amatuer Radio Club, Hiratsuka-cityJapan
JN1YWD, Chair, Hinataoka Amatuer Radio Club, Hiratsuka-city Japan
JI1YTF, Fuyo Group Amatuer Radio Club, Tokyo Japan
ZL3AC, Christchurch Amatuer Radio Club (as ZL3JP) and NZART
BBQ ham radio group led by JH1GNU(Shige) who is a great Low Band DXer and my super local station
QSL manager for WR6Y, ZL3JP, ZL7J(May/Sept, 2010), DX1HBC (operated by JH1HRJ), HL5ZEC: via bureau or direct to JH1HRJ
More Info on YouTube: Please search with the keyword; JH1HRJ for my video information.
Digital mode WAS 6m CW WAC
JH1HRJ Antenna System --------JH1HRJ Mobile Raido Car (Nissan Caravan1992 model)
Motor-drivin telescopic antenna pole base ----------Telescopic Antenna Pole with 40m vertical and G5RV
Radio Car with 2m Yagi and High Gain UHF Vertical-------Cabin of the radio car ------- Drivers sheet of the radio car
The radio car at 2012 Hiratsuka-city emergency training with radio communication volunteer by JA1YKB
Member of JA1YKB, Hiratsuka Amatuer Radio Club at the Emergency training of Hiratsuka city in 2012.
2012 Solar Ecrips in Ome-city, Tokyo Japan. Photo by Kaz Oya.
Photo of My Ham Radio friends:
KX7M(Denny), W6NV(Oliver), JH1HRJ in San Jose, CA --DU1HBC(Tsubokawa-san) in Manila
K1GI (Masa), K6AW (Steve), AD6E (Al), ------------------AD6E (Al) in his Shack
WR6Y/JH1HRJ at AD6E station, -----------------------------NW6UP (Masa) and JH1HRJ at San Jose
JH1HRJ and HL5BBI (Kim-san) in Kyonjyu, Korea (August 2013)
HL5BBI (Left, Dr. Kim Shin Hwan) in Deagu-city, JH1HRJ/HL5ZEC (Center, Kaz)
JG1GWL(Sugimoto-san), YB3DIK(Yusnanto), YB3GXS(Wibisono) at JANET booth of 2012 Ham Fair in Tokyo
JA1VLK, JH1HRJ at 2013 Ham Fair JK1GKG, JF1DMQ at 2013 Ham Fari
JM1LKI, JH1HRJ at 2013 Ham Fari, Visitor and Member of JI1YTF at 2013 Ham Fair
JI1YTF Fuyo Group Amatuer Radio Club members at 2012 Ham Fair in Harumi Tokyo, Japan
2014 JI1YTF Fuyo ARC booth at Ham Fair
JA1YKB Hiratsuka-city Amatuer Radio Club members at 2012 Year end party in Hiratsuka, Japan
Isumi-city ham friends JI1DMC, JH1HRJ, JH1DSF, JE1JEP, JH1SOD
with JF1OCQ/ZL7A/ZL1TY/W1VX, Miyake OM with ZL2TAR, Doug and ZL7X members
ZL3UGH(Geoff) in Christchurch,NZ -----BBQ Club APAC meeting in Jakarta (JH1HRJ, 9M2/JE1SCJ, JA0VSH)
JH1HRJ overseas Ham Radio activities
ZL3JP in Christchurch, NZ---ZL3JP at ZL3AC, Christchurch Ham radio club
ZL7J in Chatham Islands, (May and September, 2010) by ZL3JP/JH1HRJ, worked approx 6,000 QSOs.
JH1HRJ at DX1HBC, Manila Philippines, QSL via JH1HRJ
DX1HBC is a club station owned by DU1HBC, Mr. Tsubokawa inQuazon city, Manila, Philippines
The second shack in my hometown, Isumi-city Chiba, has been started with a 15m tower with some of the ANTs.
Great thanks for JA1VLK, JF1IZA, JR1TLP, JA1GJO, JI1DMC, JH1SOD and JH1DSF for their help and support.
Please enjoy YouTube videos of the tower contstruction for JH1HRJ/1.
http://youtu.be/CYxpqEFp-T4 : Step1 (Base to 2nd part)
http://youtu.be/J1aI-7WgYTc : Step2 (3rd part and ups)
http://youtu.be/k7P0SZplfi8 : Step3 (Tower top setup)
http://youtu.be/OxyMjpwVNv0 : Final step (2m 8 element x 2, 70cm 25 element x 2 completed, HF and 6m beams to be set up later)
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