Coming from the Citizen Band, where I started in the early 80's, I got my ham license in 2014.
I am mostly interested on technical and historical aspects of radio and like to learn from and chat with other experienced hams.
I am also a vintage radio collector, and like better to see a lamp glowing than a 10E4-component chip working.
In addition to electronics and radio, I like mostly everything else, but most especially mountain trekking and climbing. The higher the better.
When started on ham radio I was surprised by the shortness of the contacts and the limited interchange of information taking place. Well, I don't feel very confortable with that. If you contact me and want to ragchew, please do it, I will be happy to listen to you, even in RTTY. This is half of the fun of telecommunications (ie: communication). That's how I see it.
For QSL's I accept eQSL (eQSL.cc) , iQSL (HRDLog.net) and LoTW. I also maintain my QRZ.com loogbook.
If you send a direct mail QSL I will send my QSL card in return. Nothing needed. If you take the trouble of sending a paper card I will be happy of sending mine to you. My eQSL, iQSL and paper QSL are different. Hope you like them. I do not send by bureau for the moment, but this may change.
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