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Hello all, thanks for visiting my QRZ.COM Page

 

 

I am in Ham Radio from the July 1997 with the short break, but in 2008 i was back to old love and get my first callsign YU2MMA. Under this call, with very small equipment and one year pause because of RIG failures, worked over 230 DXCC, 105 DXCC on 6m wich is my favorite band, and lot of MS QSOs on 2m with only 20W and 7el Yagi.

Now, from November 16, 2011 i get my new callsign YU6MM and starting now from the beginning with DXCCs and QSOs.

 

My working equipment is:

Yaesu FT-450AT with 100W

Yaesu FT-225RD with 20W

Antennas: HF Windom Multi-Band , EF06061W1 for 6m by YU7EF below. This is version with the short boom, 6m long.

7el. 12.5 Ohm for 2m by G0KSC for home and portable working.This antenna is FB for MS working also and worked lot of station with only 20W.

 

 

Since i got married fromn May 27 2012, i moved with my wife to another home without radios, 6km from my location, i am not so active in ham radio. I solved that problem with remote operation with help with Ham Radio Deluxe Remote control and Skype for audio streaming. So i have a full control to my FT-450AT, even a power on and off, and working SSB and CW with out a problem. Contests are also no problem, and working them easly.

 

CQWW CW 2012 Remote

 

My Godfather Miki YT5EA and me, during my begining of the end of solo ham radio op :)

 

 

Thanks for looking and if you want a sked with me, fell free to write me a e-mail, or SMS me on +381612333999

         73 and all the best

 

de Milos YU6MM

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