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Fascinated HAM radio since 1975, when my first crystal set was built. It was a magical event that affected the whole life. Such vivid impression of a miracle created by yourself!

Since 1976, the member of main club station of Lisichansk city UK5MCT.

SWL first call - UB5-059-47  in 1977. Many great and unforgettable memories!
Then there was the military service in the Army radio operator in Afghanistan during 1983 -1985.
After the army, graduated from the Medical University, because i'm always wanted to be a doctor.
Personal call - UR5MCI obtained in 1990.
At last, there was a constant opportunity for operating on HAM bands!
My first shack:
This large contraption on the table is a military receiver R-250M2.
On top of it there is the transmitting console (DIY).
It was truly a wonderful couple!
Currently I'm working as a doctor in the intensive care unit.
I love good music (mostly JAZZ, Fusion, Blues, Funk, Hard Rock).


And this is my wife, who patiently stands my HAM madness. Many thanks to her for that!


Now my radio is Kenwood TS-590s.
I operate in all the major modes on all HF bands.
Always open to positive communication.
I wish you all good health and keep in touch ...
Best 73!!!


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