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FEDERATIA ROMANA DE RADIOAMATORISM-CLUBUL SPORTIV MUNICIPAL RESITA
Since radio-ham2001.I like it work 80/40/20/11/10/6m band,prefer SSB mode. Sometimes working on digitaly mode SSTV/RTTY/PSK.
I am 43 years old, and married to Margaret.....YO2-050/CS (SWL). My son Alexander have 19 years old, and practice only SWL. Alex callsign is YO2-049/CS(SWL). We live in Resita, little mountain city 100.000 people, situated south west parth of Romania, 180 Km to Serbian border and 150 km of Hungarian border. QRA Locator is:KN05WH. More than 13 years worked in CB-11m band, where i started to radioham. Old CB callsign is 233-CS-015/233-RC-015;233-CS-801;233-RC- 801.
HF using ,,old'' Kenwood TS-430S and TS-120S,HM antena switcher, HM amplifier 450W, HM antena tuner 1Kw, mono band dipol for 80m and 40m, vertical for 20m, and yagi 4 element by Sirio on 10m and 11m band. Sometimes on 6m operated only low power President Grant CB + home made transverter.(25Watt). Antena is GP-if corse HM...Hi!Hi!
For ,,local" qso on 2m my Kenwood TM-201A is opened 24/24 hour and using YO2B-(R1X)-repeater located on Semenic mountain at 1448m height. Also in my town, we have a 70cm repeater.....! Please call if transited my lands.....! Sometimes 2m repeater is active in echolink.......!
2M.....Freq.info:145,637,5/shift-600Khz.....(CTCSS- no active this moment).
70CM.....Freq.info:438,750/shift-7,6Mhz.....(CTCSS no active this moment).
VHF/UHF only FM mode, using Kenwood TM201A, Motorola GM-300/M110 and Icom IC-T2H.....GP dual vertical antena made by Kathrein.
Also for portable and little job/service activity using two Baofeng UV3-R and UV5-R
All dear radioham friends and their family a best regards and grettings from Resita.
73!51!88! de YO2LXB-Andy
My son Alexander-YO2-049/CS (SWL)
My ,,old'' shack.....!
City RESITA-Historical attestation
Historically, the town has its origins in the 15th century under the name of Rechyoka and Rechycha. Archaeological research found traces of habitation going back to the Neolithic, Dacian and Roman eras. It was mentioned in 1673 under the name of Reszinitza, whose citizens paid taxes to Timişoara, and by the years 1690 – 1700, it was mentioned as being part of the District of Bocşa together with other towns in the Bârzava Valley.
The town was referenced to in the conscription acts of 1717 under the name of Retziza. On 3 July 1771, it became an important metal-manufacturing center in the region.The foundation of the industrial Reşiţa were laid with the establishment of factories near the villages of Reşiţa Română (Reschiza Kamerală or Olah Resitza) and Reşiţa Montană (Eisenwerk Reschitza, Nemet Reschitza or Resiczbanya). Reşiţa Montană was at first inhabited by Romanians, and later, in 1776, 70 German families settled there. Between the years 1910 – 1925, Reşiţa had the status of a rural area, and in 1925, it was declared a town thanks to its development to a powerful industrial location in modern Romania. In 1968, it became a municipality. After 1989 Reşiţa lost most of its importance and its economy faced a drawback, along with the Romanian economy.
The population also suffered a decrease, dropping from 110,000 in 1989 to 86,000 in 2006. After the fall of communism, the Reşiţa Steelworks (Combinatul Siderurgic Reşiţa, CSR) were bought by an American investor who brought the factory just one step away from bankruptcy. Today the steelworks are run by a Russian company, who has projects of modernization for the CSR. Still, it is believed that CSR would never reach again the status it had in the communist era.
Geografic coordinate for Resita: 45°18′0″- N, 21°53′25″- E
Semenic Mountain-1448m.....Qra.Loc:KN15AE.....VHF/UHF/SHF Contest Location.....!
First steam train made in Resita........(1872)
Many, years ago..........! Now.........2013!
Please QSL card via bureau or electronic format eqsl.cc! Your QSL card is very appreciated here!
If you send me QSL direct, i will answer you direct, too 100%.
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