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QSL: VIA SP9SX

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SP9MRO

 

New  CAll :3Z0R   - QSL via SP9SX

 

My name is Witold, but friends say to me shortly Witek.
I play this hobby since September 1969

On pictures is my country QTH. This is near Ukraine boarder ( loc; KN19dv) in small village Hadle .

I used in this QTH 4 tower’s:

tower 1 = 10 element LP 27 mH ( from 10Mhz up 50Mhz)

tower 2 = 4 element Yagi for 40 m 21mH

tower 3 = 6 element for 6m and 2 element delta loop for 14/12/28 16mH

tower 4 = 16 + 4 element Yagi 32 mH 4el/14MHz , 4 el. 18 MHz , 4 el.21 MHz,4 el. 24 MHz and 8 el. 28 MHz ( Optibeam 5B16)

and dipoles , GP for 80/160m.

Radio is 2 x IC756proIII and made at home PA 500 W out.

If I work with me from QTH Zabrze ( down town ) that’s mind that I used IC756 pro III and 300W CW and 500W SSB transistor amplifier ,dipoles for 80/160m and GP for 40-28 MHz and 5 element Yagi for 6m and antenna 3-element Yage for 5 bands.See photo

www.qrzcq.com/sp9mro

Please send QSL via Danuta SP9SX.

Sorry ,but lot of QSL in bureau office is lost.

She is my wife and make all paper work for as.

If request QSL direct ,she answer only if you send SASE.

You must know that 1$ is so small amount in Poland a response to a letter to another country.

One  US $ on SASE  we reply only via bureau.

Please send only NEW ONE IRC !
The old IRCs which finished 2013 is no services by Polish post.
Sorry - return via bureau.

We prefer new IRC, because in lot of country postman’s mafia looking for green stamps or Euro and we notice lot of lost letters.

Please look also :

 

Please look also :

www.qrz.com/3z0radio

www.qrz.com/so9r

www.qrz.com/6v7k

www.qrz.com/3b7sp

www.qrz.com/sp9sx

Ex :

3B7SP,3Z0RADIO,3Z9MRO, SO9R ,6V7K,A61AX ( guest operator 2005-2008) , G/GW/GM/ I/DL/OH/OA4/TI2/YN1/KH6/W7/ZP5/CX2/W7…… SP9MRO

 

 

 

 

If I work from QTH Zabrze ( down town ) =used IC756 pro III and 300W transistor amplifier dipoles for 80/160m ad GP others for HF bands and 5 element Yagi for 6m

 

Ex :

3B7SP,3Z9MRO, 6V7K,A61AX ( guest operator 2005-2008) , G/GW/GM/ I/DL/OH/OA4/TI2/YN1/KH6/W7/…… SP9MRO

 

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