UP2-038-1053 (SWL, starting 1979) => UP2BMW (1983 - 1990) => LY2BMW (1990 - 1993) => LY2MW (1993 - 2009) => LY4XX (2004 - 2009) => LY8O since 2005 - that is my call evolution story :)) LY4XX and LY2MW was expired on the 19th of February 2009 and from that time I have only one call LY8O Also I am the owner of LY0SIX beacon on 50.063 MHz (beeping from KO24PS) and LY0ROM repeater (at KO15FM, 15W, antenna at 342m ASL, rx145.125/tx145.725).
160,80 m - simple Inverted Vees with a single cable, top at 27 mH.
40m - 2 x 2 element Moxon design stack. First in LY.
20m - 3 x 6 element yagi stack. First in LY.
Both antennas above are on the 49,5m rotary mast. First inLY.
15m - 4 x 5 element yagi stack.First in LY.
10m - 4 x 6 element yagi stack. First in LY.
Both antennas above are on the 43m rotary mast. First in LY.
Transceivers: IC-756PRO2, IC-756PRO3, IC-735, FT-1000MarkV. PA - 1kW old marine BRIG.
Favorite operating modes (in order): CW (definitely!!!), RTTY, SSB. But now you can hear me on JT65 and JT9 as well.
Also I love VUSHF but unfortunately I have no time for it... Time to time I am visiting LY2WR position at KO24FO, mostely between mid spring and late autumn.
I am the member of Lithuanian Amateur Radio Society and Lithuanian Contest Group.
QSL manager of LY0HQ and LY2WR.
QSL exchange possible in number of ways:
1. QSL via LY bureau.
2. QSL direct to the address above with $2 or min 1 valid IRC.
3. QSL request via PayPal system - just send $2.50 or 1.7 Euro to my account and note QSO data for verifying. The QSL will be sent to you by Air Mail.
4. Also I am the registered user at the LoTW and eQSL systems.
Some position pictures you can find at Facebook - just search for LY8O.
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