I was active as FR/OK2KG in the period 7.3 - 15.3.2014
Reunion Island IOTA AF-016
My equipment on the island was:
TRX IC-7000 with 100w and a home made vertical antenna 7m high for 40 to 10m
I uploaded my log to Club Log https://secure.clublog.org/logsearch/fr/ok2kg
QSL via Bureau is OK.
Many thanks for all QSOs
A special QSL card was sent via bureaouor direct.
At the beginning of my ham radio passion stand an E10aK receiver which I became from a friend in 1975 and which allowed me to listen to ham contacts on 80m. In 1976 started as an operator at the OK2KOJ club station and finally 1.6.1978 became my first license with the call OK2BUG. From the beginning I was a CW enthusiast working mostly on 80m with a tube transmitter and the E10aK.
In the same time I started with VHF contesting using a home brew equipment.and also working on satellites.
In the eighties I reached the B class license allowing me phone operations on HF so I added a tube operated transvertorfor 20m to my 2m rig.
In 1990 achieved the A class license and started with an TS-120 on all HF bands.
In 2000 changed my call to OK2KG
In December 2009 I moved after 52 years from my QTH in Brno to a village situated 30km north-east of Brno where I hope to build more antennas in the future.
I like to work CW but also SSB and digital mainly on HF. I do also HF and V/UHF contesting from the home QTH or portable.
My actual equipment:
Main transceiver for HF i now FTDX-3000
For 50m, VHF & UHF is an Icom IC-7000
Fur V/UHF FM & C4FM at home the Yaesu FTM-100DE with X-300 antenna
Used with HRI-200 allso as an WiresX digital node
For mobile FTM-400DE for FM and C4FM
My actual antennas are:
G5RV for 80, 40, 30, 20, 17 15, 12 and 10m
Fritzel GPA-30 for 20, 15 and 10m
1/4 lambda GP for 6m
7el DK7ZB for 2m
16el DL6WU for 70cm
X-300 for 2m/70cm FM & C4FM
At my QTH is also the 2m RX of the D-Star repeater OK0DHD with an 5/8 antenna and a 70cm link antenna to the TX part situated about 5 km away
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