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My passion for radio began on 1972 when I was student at Padova university and, as for many of us, it was on 11 meters.

On 1974 I've got my first full class license with I3ZOP callsign but my activity was limited basically by few money available;
there was no way to buy adeguate equipments. Something I did with full home made equipments and antennas but very soon, when
graduated, radiocommunications became my work and the passion was distracted by the job. I went to I4 area, to I6 area, again
to the I4 area and finally I arrived to the Republic of San Marino getting my current callsign: T77BB. After a long time fully
dedicated to my work I was "corrupted" by a friend that induced me to restart with a real OM activity.

Some antennas, some equipments and then, here you are, I'm now enjoying again my original passion that in some way imprinted
my life.

Unfortunately, now, I have not enough space to install the antennas I'd liket but, anyway, I'm getting reasonable satisfactions
with what I have also thanks to the rare country call-sign. I'm step by step improving my station so I hope soon to be able
to work all bands with reasonable antennas and home made amplifiers.

All the best by T77BB (alias I3ZOP).


My working conditions:

Icom 7600

Icom 9100

Headset Proset 4 by Heil

Vertical HF multibands antenna AV640 by High Gain

Vertical 3 bands 144/430/1200 antenna, X6000 by Diamond

Double polarization 9+9 elements Tonna Beam antenna for 144 Mhz


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