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OK7GU Czech Republic flag Czech Republic

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QSL: LoTW, BURO, DIRECT, eQSL, ClubLog

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OK7GU is my primary call
My alias call is OK1FM and OK1A. 

Born 1950, licensed since 1966. 

My first call was OL3AHI (1966 - 1968).   
Then I got OK1IDK (1968 - 1982).  
In 1982 I got OK1FM call. This call is still valid.
In 2006 I got the OK7GU call and for contests the OK1A call.

OK1OGS and OL5G (ex OL5GES) is my club call. I'am the first operator.

 

My DXCC status, valid countries only (February, 2015):
Missing:  VK0/H-Heard Island

OK7GU MIX PHO CW DIG 160 80 60 40 30 20 17 15 12 10 6 4 2 70
WKD 339 339 337 333 302 321 30 332 334 339 337 335 330 324 139 26 56 23
CFM 339 339 337 333 302 320 14 332 334 339 337 335 330 324 137 16 55 16
DXCC 339 339 337 333 302 318   332 334 339 337 335 330 324 137   55  

    WKD = worked valid DXCC
    CFM = confirmed (QSL, LoTW)
   
DXCC = approved by DXCC (total valid = 340)

 
QSL information for all my calls OK7GU, OK1A, OK1FM, OL3AHI, OK1IDK, OK1OGS, OL5GES, OL5G:

- Direct QSL to OK7GU, Milan Gütter, Karafiátová 23, 32600 Plzeň, Czech Republic

- Buro QSL via Czech QSL Buro (CRC, P.O.Box 69, 113 27 Praha, Czech Republic)
- LoTW, eQSL, HRDlog, ClubLog - I confirm time to time all my QSOs 

 


Panaroma view - part of my ham-radio room in my home QTH in Plzen.
In the middle 2x Elecraft K3 for remote controll of my remote QTH's.
Yaesu FT-847 for 160-70cm, with Yaesu PA 1kW Quadra for 160-6m and Beko 600W PA HLV-600 for 2m
Historical Drake Line above.
Few computers with DX4WIN and WINTEST logging program, control programs for remote control, remote antenna control and others.
 

 


My workplace in my second QTH for control of my both remote sites with 2x Elecraft K3:

My workplace in my second QTH for remote controll of my both remote sites


Antenna setup (160/80m two inverted wire dipoles, 40-30-20-17-15-12-10m Mosley PRO96S3, 6m M2 5el., 2m 9el. M2, 70cm 38el.M2) in my first remotely controlled QTH near Plzen

Antenna setup (160/80m two inverted wire dipoles, 40-30-20-17-15-12-10m Mosley PRO96S3, 6m M2 5el., 2m 9el. M2, 70cm 38el.M2) in my first remotely controlled QTH


Helicopter view (piloted by me - Robinson H44) of my first remotelly controlled QTH near Plzen (Brick watchtower, building in the middle and tower right).

Helicopter view (piloted by me - Robinson H44) of my first remotelly controlled QTH near Plzen


Winter view of my second remotely controlled site with full size 4square systems for 160 and 80m. Not shown is 7 long beverages (each 250m long) for RX.antennas

Winter view of my second remotely controlled site with full size 4square systems for 160 and 80m. Not shown is 7 long beverages (each 250m long) for RX.antennas


Antenna setup (Mosley PRO67C 40-10m, M2 for 6m, skewed wire going down from top = Half Sloper for 80m, tower is shunt feed loaded for 160m) in my home QTH in Plzen JN69QQ

Antenna setup (Mosley PRO67C 40-10m, M2 for 6m, skewed wire going down from top = Half Sloper for 80m, tower is shunt feed loaded for 160m) in my home QTH in Plzen

 

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