DXCC Honor Roll (mixed)
"5B DXCC" + 160m,30m,17m,12m endorsement ,
"DXCC 160" ,
"DXCC" (mixed, cw, phone, rtty/digital),
"DXCC Challenge 2500" ,
"WPX Excellence" + 160m, 30m, 17m, 12m, Digital endorsement.
"5B WAZ" (200 zone cfm) ,
"WAZ 160" (40 zone cfm) ,
"5B WAS"+ 30m,17m,12m endorsement, "WAS CW" ,
"Triple Play WAS" ,
"EU-DX-D 1000" , "EUROPA 300" , "WAE-TOP" , "RAEM" , "WAJA" , "JCC" ,"DDFM" ,
"DPF" , "OHA" , "PACC" , "SOP" , "WAIP" , "WKD 100-OK" , "100-EA-CW" etc.
For award URDA SU-03.
Member UDXC #643.
I use ICOM-7600 and amplifier ZZ-1200.
In the photo my old key - CT 755 B Single Magnet Tension Lever Paddle UR5CDX.
Now I use Sheunemann Morsetasten Einhebel2.This is a wonderful single lever key made in Germany.
On my house position (I live in the 9-storeyed house) I apply only a dipole. I have their six on different bands and the directions.
10m band - 6 el. monoband yagi (15m up).
12m band - 5 el. dualband yagi (12m up).
15m band - 6 el. monoband yagi (15m up).
17m band - 4 el. dualband yagi (12m up).
20m band - 6 el. monoband yagi (24m up).
40m band - 4 el. full size yagi, 18m long boom (30m up), 1/4 GP , 3 el. wire Inv.Vee direction to NA.
80m band - Delta Loop vertical. (top 25m up)
160m band - GP height 27m , BV on RX of different length (300-540M) and the different directions is used. In the summer, unfortunately, BV and GP should be cleaned.
All described antenna homemade.
I like to travel all family. Unfortunately, finance doesn't allow to do it so often as I would like. I visited TA (Istanbul - is a lot of times. I happen here 5-6 times a year), YO, LZ, SP, I (Roma - beautiful, Venice - magic), F ( Paris - magestic and romantic), OE ( Vienna - luxurios), OK (Praha - very nice), 4L- Georgia.
A little tired :) I and my wife Marina. Paris.
Father and daughter.
CQ WW 160CW 2013. UT5A team.
New full size 4 el.yagi on 40m band. 18m long boom. 30m up.
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