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RDA MA-06, Mos:ST or sometimes RDA MA-02, Mos:OM

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I am Vit, was born in 1965, on the air since 1978 from nearest club station and licensed since 1982 in first time. I am QRV as RN3ANT since winter of 2007 after loooooooooong QRT period.

I am using CW only, like QRQ and ragchewing. Member of HSC (#1871), AGCW-DL (#3310) and U-QRQ-C (#127) Clubs. I am interested in EUCW, HSC, MF Runde and other uncommon awards like these a.m., and Scandinavian awards. A pair of most interesting activities for me:

HSC-Marathon

and

Scandinavian Open CW Activity (CQ SAX).

In most cases I am using my favourite Elecraft K2 with 5 watts output and a simple wire thrown straight down from my balcony on the 14th floor of 3 meters from the wall. Wire is about 20 meters long and my balcony is about 45 m above the ground. :-)))

Hope to meet you on CW! 73! Vit

 Early dawn at the Power Net Station 500 kV where I work (MA-02, Mos:OM)
Early dawn at the Power Net Station 500 kV where I work (RDA: MA-02, Mos:OM)
Nearly sunrise   Sunrise!
Nearly Sunrise   Sunriiiiise!

Smoke from chimneys of the power plant is not actually smoke. That is reset of the exhausted cooled water steam.


I prefer paper QSL's via buro or mail, but LoTW & eQSL are OK too. eQSLs are sent just after each QSO and LoTW — once per week or often.

Usually there is no need to use OQRS. Normally I visit QSL-bureau once or even twice per year for getting and sending the response QSL-cards.
But if you suddenly need my QSL for some improbable reason much faster, please send your card to my mail address (above) and I will send response in the same way as soon as possible. Or you can request a QSL using a OQRS-service by ClubLog below.


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