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I started Ham Radio with Kenwood TX-88A, 9R-59, VFO-1 and one element quad in 1965, when I was a junior high school student at the age of 13 years old. I still remember that I made the very 1st. DX QSO with an AM station in Kemerovo Russia on 15 meters in autumn 1966. Since then, I have collected various sets of US Collins S Lines ,KWM-2 and 30L-1, Drake TR4-CW, National NCX-5, Swan 500C, Signal / One CX-7, Heath SB, HW Series and Japanese JRC. During the period of my university days, I was interested in foreign languages and my aim was set to be a polyglot. English ; TOEIC score is above 800, Russian, German, French, Asian languages and Arabic. I had chances to work on 40, 20, 15 and 10 meters from OZ, SM, OH and DL in summer 1973. Operating from the cottage of the mountain in Germany, located in "Siebengebirge", altitude; 400 meters above sea level, near Bonn Germany, I was surprised to be called from Africa. The journey was printed and published in "Ham Life" and "Mobile Ham" on the January editions of 1974. Both were published in Japan in 1970's and 1980's. I chose the company to do foreign business after graduation. I was assigned to the division handling with the export of Telecommunication Exchange Systems to Middle East, South East Asia, Africa and Central and South America under the budgets of World Bank and Japan Yen Credit, totalling at  300million US $ per annum, as sales manager. It has passed 51 years from the very beginning.                                                                                                                                                                                                         Time flies like an arrow.

Ham radio is truly the King of Hobbies. Please note that I made my 1st. DX QSO with a Russian FM station on 2 meters in July 2013. It was the same excitement as those in 1966. It seemed Es propagation on the day. It is a lot of fun on 6 meter TEP. It may last 10 minutes and sometimes 2 hours. 6 meter band is so called " Magic band".  I started RTTY, SSTV and PSK31/63 modes in 2014.    I put up 2 element cubical quad at my home town in the fall of 2014.   I will make full use of it in 2015.                                                                                                                                                                                                 


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