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Starting the hobby in early 1962 the call OH3XZ was put into the air the next minute after the arrival of the license. I had the transmitter and the receiver ready weeks before this exciting moment, thanks to the good elmers there, special thanks to OH3XQ.

After moving to OH2 call area, I became OH2KI which today is my active call.

My focus in the hobby is "experimental" even though I often operate HF contests. In this field major personal achievements are those trophies won at ZB2X in Gibraltar. Another direction has been the participation in international multi-multi teams. You may hear me also in the future behind different DX calls.

Today we live in the countryside in an old house where antenna forest will not grow high, as I keep this on the modest level.

You find me around 3525, 14025, 28025. All modes are used when the situation so requires: mixed DXCC "worked all" hangs on my wall, keeping the ears open for the new ones.


More of my CQWW contesting can be found here:


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