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HF RDP 330V,  6m 8ele YAGI CL6DXZ ,  2m 11ele YAGI 211A  and 70cm 20ele YAGI 720,  6m 2ele HB9CV,  6m/2m/70cm GP




Thank you for visiting my QRZ.COM data base.

My QTH is Suginami-Ku Tokyo. JCC 100115. If you need my QSL for an award , please request to me.

The JARL Awards Program is here.


My QSL is available via the bureau or eQSL ( http://www.eqsl.cc ) , LoTW, of course DIRECT is OK.

In case of direct , please send me SAE and 1IRC or 2GS. Thank you.

My favorite band is 50MHz (6m) band. I can QRV on HF , 50MHz , 144MHz , 430MHz. I hope to see you especially on 6m band!

Sometimes I do login ON4KST chat.


My equipments are...

ANT 15mh 8ele YAGI for 6m , 330V RDP for HF

You can find my 6m antenna on a Google map.


For 6m DXers, I have a suggestion.

Recently so many station QRV on 6m. And Es season , sometimes we can do super DX. But most of the station calling CQ around 50.100MHz.

How do you think , use 6m band more widely?

How about call CQ around 50.080MHz and or above 50.150MHz ? I sometimes call CQ DX around 50.060MHz and or above 50.150MHz . No need to worry about BIG GUNs. :) Are there any reasons to stick around 50.100MHz? If no , please try to use higher or lower for avoiding QRM each other.

And some DXpedition team announces their QRV frequency. Most of them use around 50.110MHz DX Window. That's mean less. Why they announce their frequency? Of course the reason why they want us to listen to their frequency. If so, It doesn't matter that their frequency is close to DX window or not.

Please imagine. When the band is open widely , many station QRV on 6m. And if they stick around DX Window 50.110MHz , it will be heavy QRM festival. So stupid. :(

Even if the team still sticks around DX Window, please do split operation UP 10 20 30 40 50 and so on. One day, a certain DXpedition team did UP 2 split operation on 50.110MHz DX Window. Maybe you can imagine what happened. Yes, "HEAVY QRM FESTIBAL" was held. The team did well split operation on 40m band like a 60-70 listen up. But they didn't on 6m. And occupied DX Window for a long time.

If you have a plan to go DX pedition or DX vacation , please consider your QRV frequency.

Thank you!

73 FB DX!!

de JP1LRT Yoshiharu Tsukuura




津久浦 慶治





Recently I made a new QSL card with Gold Print Service by LZ3HI http://lz3hi.com/


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QRZ Logbook Summary for - JP1LRT
Latest Contacts for JP1LRT at QRZ.com
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WN6K 2013-11-24 40m CW DM13je United States PAUL E DOREY
VK4TW 2013-11-09 6m SSB QG56oc Australia Robert Waegele
JG6JAV 2013-10-26 40m CW PM42ws Japan "Kama" Masanori Shimogama
BV8SI 2013-10-22 40m CW PL02eq Taiwan Chi Cheung Wu
JG6JAV 2013-10-13 40m CW PM42ws Japan "Kama" Masanori Shimogama
JG6JAV 2013-07-06 6m CW PM42ws Japan "Kama" Masanori Shimogama
JG6JAV 2013-06-01 6m CW PM42ws Japan "Kama" Masanori Shimogama
JG6JAV 2013-05-12 40m CW PM42ws Japan "Kama" Masanori Shimogama
JG6JAV 2013-05-07 10m CW PM42ws Japan "Kama" Masanori Shimogama
JG8XTU 2013-04-27 6m SSB QN04ui Japan Youzi Otobe
JQ3NAA 2013-04-20 40m RTTY PM74ss Japan Hiroshi 'Hiro' Tatsumi
VK3FZ 2013-04-01 6M CW QF22pf Australia ROGER MARTIN STAFFORD
HL2EYC 2013-03-19 40m CW PM37fl South Korea SangHyun Park
ZL3XDJ 2013-03-07 40m CW RE78np New Zealand B FIELDS
6M0IU 2013-03-07 40m CW PM37nv South Korea JangDan Ham Service Mission

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