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JY9FC Jordan flag Jordan

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Jovica Todorovic, home call E78A (ex 6W1SJ, TT8JT, ST0RM, ST2A, 9K2/T94FC, T94FC, T98A)

DX operation from Amman, Jordan

- Active on HF bands + 6 meters, mostly on CW with ocasional SSB and DIGI

JY9FC Club log is updated on regular basis.

Note: Have limited space on the roof, thus not able to put any 160m antenna for the time being. Let’s hope I will “invent” some shortie for the next winter season 2014/2015. The maximum I could fit was some slopping V shape dipole for 80m band (see photo below). This silly contraption performs reasonably well despite its narrowly spaced legs (60deg). Must be that 1,200m ASL and 20 meter building's roof are providing some good take off angles.


  • Yaesy FTdx-3000D
  • Butternut HF9V vertical with elevated radials
  • 80m slopped Vee dipole with LDG RT-100 external tuner
  • N1MM logger

QSL Info

For all queries please contact my QSL manager Boris, E73Y.

Shack Photos

                                                               - modest JY9FC shack -

         - Butternut HF9V vertical with elevated radials -

                                  - 80m slopping vee dipole with LDG external antenna tuner


Best 73 and CU on the bands!











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