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Hello, dear friends!
My name is Gennady (Gene).
I am a licensed from 1979 onwards (formerly call was UA3AVC).
In 1986 year I updated my license and received the call RA3AL.
My station is located about 10 kilometers from the capital city of Moscow, in my little house and a small garden.
It's a beautiful place with beautiful nature and good conditions for DX and QRP.
I work mainly CW, because this mode is like most, but DIGI phone and a bit as well.
After December 31.1999 (January 1.2000) I prefer QRP Power only whistle transfer 1 Watt in all modes!
I have two towers UP to 27 meters tall with 4 elements Yagi antenna at STEPPIR
and 2 of 2 elements Yagi of 40 and 30 meters band. For 80 and 160, IM using two simple dipoles
one for each channel. On the top is for verticals.
Upon entering the House, K3 transceivers KX3 & I for Elecraft, Flex-1500 and many other QRP transceivers and the military, the Yaesu FT-817 to VHF.
Vibroplex original bug type "Speed-X Model 515 Les Logan CO" (I believe 1937).
Sometimes I use outside my house also ate-4, BB-1A, FT-817, but it all better KX3.
In addition, every day I am working with my old LAND ROVER car, usually it's my primary CW work now.
I have no problem to work CW while in motion, I do it every day for many, many years.
Here is my IC-7000 and MFJ-1640, 30.20 antenna GP + GP for VHF.



I am EX-professional soldier and now I am a collector of old portable CW radio, only special.
As well as the radio which they listen.



Report any capacity would be greatly appreciated, really. My E-mail address on here is current.
Thank you for looking me here and please check my site at:
73 and 72 GL & CUAGN
Gene, RA3AL.

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