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ex UN7TFN (Since 2000 to 2003), operate RW3FB since June 2012.

Op.: Eugene ("Gene" in CW)

QTH: Ivanteevka, near Moscow


Hello friends and thank you that visited my page. My name is Eugene (in CW you know me as Gene), I was born in 1978 in Kazakhstan (UN). My first callsign (UN7TFN) I received in 2000 and worked with it to 2003. Then it was necessary to make a break lasting nearly 10 years. Since June 2012 I work with callsign RW3FB from Russia.

My favourite mode is CW, is pleasant to SSB. And I work with DIGIMODE a little.

I use the Kenwood TS-590S transceiver without the amplifier.

Unfortunately, now I am compelled to use MFJ-16xxT mobile antennas for HF bands. The antenna is installed horizontally on my balcony (at the height of 42 meters from the ground). Replaceable probes abt 2m along ensure functioning in 10m-40m bands.

Upd 29 Jan. 2014: From now the MFJ-1675 antenna on the 80m band is used also.


К сожалению, сейчас я вынужден использовать автомобильные антенны MFJ-16xxT для работы на КВ. Антенна установлена на ограждении моего балкона горизонтально, на высоте 42 метра от земли. Сменные штыри длиной около 2м обеспечивают работу на диапазонах 10-40 метров.

Обновлено 29.01.2014: С сегодняшнего дня также используется штырь MFJ-1675 на диапазон 80м.


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