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UA0ZS Asiatic Russia  flag Asiatic Russia

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About my location:

QTH: Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky (Kamchatka Peninsula, N-E of As. Russia)


WAZ: 19

ITU: 35

RDA: KT-01

About me:

First license I had in 1979 as EZ6PAN in Chechen-Ingush Republic of USSR. Later I was as UB5EUV, US5EUV, RW6HTS and since 1996 as UA0ZS. Now I on all bands by all kinds of modulation. Sometimes I be via sattellite.

About QSL-ing:


There will be a REAL qsl-card, that is such an old-fashioned piece of paper showing my call-sign and the qso-details... I do not e-QSL. To me, it's not the same creativity and uniqueness as a real QSL card. There will be NO LOTW-upload. Sorry!

All direct QSL requests must contain a self addressed envelope (SAE or SASE). 

The best (and preferred way) to get my QSL is via Air Mail to the above-mentioned address.

Of course, any cards received via bureau will be answered as well, but will take a while.

The UA0ZS toy box:

SDR Radio SunSDR2 20 W http://sunsdr.com/en.html

Yaesu FT-847 100 W


10-15-20m band - AD-222 Yagi

12-17-30m band - Trap Dipole.

73 from Kamchatka and I am always glad to ours QSO...

See my page http://ua0zs.ucoz.ru/


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