Licensed ham since 1972 (previously LU8EIC,LU1BUV,LU7DID). Enjoy hamming in most bands and modes but specially digital and satellite, doing a lot of SWL also. Active mostly in CW at HF bands as well as50 MHz SSB. Local VHF at 146.55 simplex NBFM.
Interested in SDR applications for ham radio and minimalist QRPp transceivers. Doing a fair amount of operation as a portable station in CW/SSB and FM while in business travel thru Europe and USA (FT817, Dragon SS301 and VR-3X). Continuing to enjoy international radiosport contesting. You are welcomed at my blog and qsl.net web page.
Contest special call please see LT7H.
My QSL card (it is cute, isn't it?)
A view of my station, below the SO2R configuration for contest FT840 (down,left) and FT890 (down, right),
the PA Yaesu FLDX 2000 which I seldom use. In the upper deck the VHF/UHF Kenwood TM733, the Argonaut 509,
the FT100D for HF/PSK/UHF and the IC706 for 6 meters/VHF Satellite.
The antenna system with multiple antennas, or as somebody says a single antenna with multiple feeding points.
At top the Walmar 10-15-20-40 meters 3 El Yagui with both satellite yaguis (14 El Yagui for UHF and 7 El Yagui for VHF),
in the lower deck the vertical antennas for UHF/VHF and 6 meters plus the Palombo 10-15-20 meters 3 El yagui
(Mosley Jr). On top the trapped dipole for 80 meters.
Out of the tower the two verticals, a 10 meters half wave vertical and a 4BTV for 10-15-20-40 meters vertical.
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