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   Hello all, I am a proud member of those QRP clubs, QRP ARCI # 5885.- NAQCC # 0214 and SKCC # 10361.-

               "QSL'ing  laugh

New for 2016, I'm now with LOTW, plus the usual

bureau, E-QSL,QRZ Logbook, HRD, Club Log & direct with SASE.-

             "Always QRP FUN"wink

It is always great magic to be able to have QSO all around the world with a very small transceiver

a battery and a simple wire antenne.-

But it is going harder as there is still rocks & some sand banks to work, so I have to wait for some DX-peditions sad.-

Licensed 52 years, originnaly SWL and since early 1964, VE2AWJ, and VE2TH since 1965. I am always active in my favorite hobby, HAM Radio.I am 100% QRP and QRPp(below one watt) into the milliwatts, 90%CW, mostly on 40/30/20/17/15/10 & 6 meters.  Various rigs are: Elecraft KX3, FT-817ND & ICOM IC-703 Plus.- I'm right now stuck at 275 countries confirmed, so 65 to go.winkto have work them all.-

Antennas are: Simple wire such as: Inverted-vee,vertical wire, Off center-fed, Triangle, End Fed Half Wave, and of course our trusty Buddipole & Budditick,which are always full size, no compromise. yes Our favorites are Vertical Dipole or  two of them mounted in a vertical beam configuration. (See the files in Buddipole Yahoo Groups)


See you all on bands,

72/73, Michel VE2TH

QRP ARCI # 5885

NAQCC # 0214

SKCC # 10361                                                           

                                                                             "THE GOOD OLD DAYS"

 Photo Below, back in 1964/65, This is the home made indoor vertical antenna I was using, and it works, as I made over 1000 completed QSO in my first 6 months on the air.- wink 

This antenna was built with an old fiberglass fishing rod. The lower part was cut in 2 parts and a wood dowel from an old broomstick was inserted and glue in place. Finally it is helically winding very tight, and I think it was about 130 ft of no. 16 or 18 insulated copper wire. I was running QRP power only, so this way no TVI or BCI and a lot of fun.-










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EA6UP 2016-03-06 15m CW JM19ls Balearic Islands MIGUEL ROTGER PALOU
6Y4K 2016-02-15 40m CW Jamaica Lali Laki
6D0F 2016-02-14 15m CW Mexico Federacion Mexicana de Radio Experimentadores FMRE
AK4NY 2016-02-10 40m CW EM74xn United States Thomas E Spencer
K5MBA 2016-02-10 40m CW EM13nc United States ROBERT WOOD
K4KRW 2016-02-10 40m CW EM95oc United States Richard Y Dodd
AB4QL 2016-02-10 40m CW EM74dk United States Barry L Strickland
KJ4R 2016-02-10 40m CW EM93sv United States JAMES E BRADSHAW
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Book Totals: 15886 qso's   680 confirmed Get a free logbook at QRZ.COM

Grid Squared Award#934
Granted: 2015-01-19 23:37:26   (VE2TH)

  • Mixed CW
World Continents Award#985
Granted: 2015-01-19 20:25:46   (VE2TH)

  • Mixed CW
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