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I am an amateur since 1979 - 99 % CW with very little PSK31 (using the K3/KX3 CW to Data Mode) - no SSB. The station consists of a Elecraft K3/100 a KX3  and since 2017 also a KX2 for portable activity. My home antenna is a indoor dipole with ladder line. For portable operation i mainly use a double Zepp antenna (2 x 6 meters plus 6 meter ladder line). I also have a HFp vertical from Ventenna CA and a Alex-Loop  (magnetic loop). Since 2013 i have been on the air exclusively with QRP 5 watts (home and portable).

In September 2013 i discovered SOTA and since then SOTA has become my main activity as a ham. A wonderful aspect of our hobby which combines being outside in the mountains and having fun making QSO's. On SOTA activations - only CW -  i use the KX2 or KX3 with 5 W output together with the DoubleZepp wire antenna or a EFHW. It is just so much more fun on the mountains - no man made noise on the bands - the reception is much better than in the village or city.

Sometimes i also operate from the local club station (HB9F)  - into a 3 element SteppIR antenna. QTH is Muenchenbuchsee BE not far from Bern. This is a very fine location - it used to be the transmitting station of Bernradio HEB - the swiss coaststation.

In the years 1979/1980 i was in SouthKorea for the NNSC (Neutral Nations Supervisory Commission) as a radio-operator.   I applied for a Korean callsign and was given the call HL9WW - i was active between December 1979 and May 1980.

vy 73 s Bruno HB9CBR

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