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Few words for me:

I started with the hobby since 1987 in radioclub LZ1KNP and later for few years I become a member of student radioclub in Sofia LZ1KDP and had been licensed in 1991 as LZ3SF.

I haven't been active for sometime on HF and recently /summer 2010/ I bought an ICOM 7000, September 2011 - FT990.

 

My rigs could be seen on the primary photo:

FT990 and ICOM 7000 - both are 100w, no PA

Tunner: MFJ-945E used only with ICOM 7000

Antennas: home made kind of verticals, depends on restrictions.

 

Main ham activity is HF DXing - for 3 years, since I get back in HF ham radio,

I was able to work with 100w 245 DXCC entities on SSB and CW - mixed, worked 8Band DXCC - 80m-10m:

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From 2011 up to present: Prague

On the primary photo are my radios in Prague, Czech Republic. Currently I am located in Prague. Unfortunatelly, good anntena is a dream now, I am missing Brno and my previous landlord.

The anntena is kind of Vertical - close to metal rain gutter of the house 10m hight mast, shortened to 8m /not much space/ + few short radials, 5 meters each /this is mainly during warmer period - April - Novemebr/. This somehow works not too bad on 40m.

For 80m I am using the same telescope mast and same radials /added more radials, including full size for 40m, mainly in winter season - November - March/ with separate coaxial cable - configuration is Inverted L.

For higher bands, I am using the same antennas with tuner /do not ask me how they are perform, somehow they are working - better on some, worse on another/.

 

from Prague:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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For 6 mounts with 100w and mentioned bellow antennas from Brno, I was able to work 162 countries:

Anntenas - all of them are home made:

 

Vertical with 16m /52.46 feet long/ fibreglass mast, ground mounted for 80/40m with 50 radials /from 4m (13.11 feet) long to 20m (65.57 feet) long / with tuner - works almost everywhere. Especially good resaults on 80m,40m,30m,17m and 15m.

 

Delta Loop for 40m, 7m /~23 feet up/ above the ground , sloping to South-East, with tuner - works almost everywhere.

 

Wire Moxon for 20m at 3,5m /~11.5 feet/ above the ground, beaming to North-West / from EU this is direction to USA/ - it wasn't working very well due to the low hight, but was still usable.

 

The following pictures are from garden in Brno winter, 2010:

 

 

The delta loop for 40m can be hardly seen on these pictures, but Moxon could be recognized behind the tree /2 white wires, first picture/.

 

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HA/LZ3SF:

04-07 July.2011 I was in Hungary in Heviz, Nr Balaton lake. I was using home made GP made by fiberglass mast, 10m / ~32.8feet /long wire as director and 4 radials, 5 meters /16.4 feet or 1/8 lamda for 40m/ each.

Thanks for contacts.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here are some pictures from the hotel:

The GP could be seen on last picture in full size on the left.

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November.2011, during CQ WW CW Contest we were in Chotikov, Czech Republic, small vllage near German border and

I build a full size vertical with 12,5m fiberglass mast and 8 elevated full size radials and an inverted Vee antenna, which allow me to

increase my resault in the contest:

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23.June - 30.June 2012 was active from JN11IP like EA3/LZ3SF mainly on 6m with home made dipole on the balcony of the hotel.

Tnaks for contacts.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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25.Aug.2012 - 08.Sept.2012, 24Aug-08.Sept.2013

The pictures bellow are from my home town - Petrich, Bulgaria QRA Loc: KN11OJ

The Vertical is home made with 12,5m fiberglass mast, full size on 40m, with 12 elevated radials on top of the roof on 8 floor's building /28m up/ and ICOM IC-7000

/the pictures are from 2012, when the radials were less/

 

All the best to everybody,

Looking to hear you soon on the bends,

73! de LZ3SF

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