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I was born on November 1, 1931 in Dnepropetrovsk city, Ukraine. In 1949 I graduated from high school and enrolled in Dnepropetrovsk Metallurgical Institute, which I successfully completed.  In 1954  I was sent to Alma-Ata, Kazakhstan, Almatinskiy  Heavy Machinery Plant (AZTM) in the design department, in 1984 I became the Chief designer of AZTM.  In 2003, I retired and moved to Ramenskoe city, Russia, in 2006

In late 1946, several representatives of Dnepropetrovsk Radio Club came to our high school and spoke about HAM-Shortwave Amateur Radio and I was invited to the local radio club.  In 1947, I learned the Morse code, passed the exam,  received SWL call-sign URSB-5-293, and became   an operator of collective radio station  UB5KAD. When, in 1954,  I  moved to Alma-Ata the capital city of Kazakhstan, and  became an operator of Alma-Ata radioclub, call-sign  UL7KAA. In 1958, I  received my own call-sign UL7GR that was changed in late 1993 to UN7GR . After moving to Ramenskoye, Russia, I received in 2009 call-sign RL3DY, which is used at the present time.

I use YAESU-201 that bought in the USA in 1977 and a LW antenna  made with UN7QF in 2009. My favourite mode is CW yet from time to time I use SSB.

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