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IW1DGK Italy flag Italy

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QSL: E-QSL, LOTW, NO BUREAU PSE

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Hello everyone, I am licensed since 1994, with the same call sign. 

 

My main interest was in the low band VHF / UHF, both fixed and mobile modes for voice and data (packet, aprs). 

ActualyI became interested in HF, again especially in digital modes. 

I'm interested in the accumulation of small and inexpensive antenna as vertical and wires also. 

Reallyfun and inexpensive, a lot of lessons to learn. 

On roofi have some aluminum for VHF / UHF and HF. 

From time to time, usually not so happilyI must make some changes. 

HF antennas, the wires are changed every year, for several experiment that I have done has not satisfied mein this windy place. 

Two Tonna, VHF and 13. and UHF 21 el.the are two horizontally polarized on their standalone tree and rotator. 

A vertical VHF-UHF Diamond X-510 N is in a strategic position in the short trees, this is all for the upper band antenna farm. 

For HF I am in the process to modify some so-called fishing rods, with some attempt to make a good unun. 

But I'm also experiencing dipoles, short and long strands of BALUNS wrapped up in the air and without traps. 

However, those nifty home plastic furniture are really useful. 

The last to be the next wave with its balun 01:06 Windom is a 10/80. 

Now I have a shortened dipole trapped for 80 m to 10 m, with no WARC, all homemade. 

The traps are made with coils made ​​by hand and fixed capacitors at home compilation. 

since 2010 I have dedicated myself to the D-Star, and I'm very passionate about. 

I'm experimenting with DVRPTR V2, Rasperry Pi & DVMEGA, small hotspot in DStar and I'm getting curiosity about the DMR. 

I exchange QSL only via E-QSL direct or, as I'm not associatedto any national office. 

If for any reason, you need the card I will be happy to exchange directly by mail. 

My QTH is small in Collegno, which is near, right at the border of Turin, Turin, Italy. 

What is the largest city in the North West of Italy. 

I agree, for a slice, the same as locator in Turin. 

My JN35TB locator, overlaps the border and within Collegno Turin.

 

 


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