Hallo to everybody,
I passed my exam in 1991, but I’m OM since 2004. I’m an electrical engineer with a big passion for radio, since the age of 13 years, when I began to manipulate some radio surplus given me by my father. I’m very interested in self-construction projects and I think that the best thing you can do by switching-on a radio is trying to learn something new day by day.
I live in Foresto (Bussoleno), a small village in "Valle di Susa", an alpine valley located in north-western part of Italy, between Torino and the French border.
RIG AND SOME PHOTOS
Scuola Radio Elettra receiver mod. 99 MF
(made by my father in '60s)
RT-70 at the bench.
The RT-70 multivibrator after surgery (left) and under test (right).
The Scuola Radio Elettra instrumentation of the '60s (left) and other "out of fashion" (but well functioning)
instruments: a Boonton Type 260A Q-METER (TNX IK1MJG) and a Metrix Transistormetre mod. 301.
KENWOOD TS 940S AT
KENWOOD TS 450S AT
HOME MADE CW 40 m TX WITH 5U4G + 6V6G VALVES (the CW key is made by I1YRL - TNX Luc)
HOME MADE 40 / 80 m TUBE (6SL7GT + 6TE8GT + 6V6G) RX
HOME MADE (BY MY FATHER) RECEIVER
KENWOOD TM 255E
YAESU FT 736R
RT-70 (TNX IK1EIU)
YAGI 3 EL. 10 - 15 - 20 m
WINDOM UP TO 80 m (Home made)
CUBICAL 4 EL. 2 m
10 EL (OWA) YAGI 70 cm (Home made)
QFH for NOAA SAT on 137 MHz (Home made)
ROCCIAMELONE (3538 m) "... VIEW FROM YAGI ..."
THE BIG CW KEY THAT MY FRIEND I1YRL GAVE ME (TNX LUC)
MY FRIEND LUC (I1YRL) WITH THE BIG CW KEY AND HIS SHACK
MY CW KEY AND ANTENNA MODELS COLLECTION (MANY OF THEM ARE MADE BY LUC, I1YRL).
SOME KEYS ARE USED DURING "BIG" PILE-UP.
OTHER CALLS USED - SPECIAL ACTIVITIES
IT9/IZ1GZF (during summer)
IO1BIA (during XX Olympic Winter Games of Torino 2006)
IR1C (from march to december 2010)
II1TLA (from september to december 2010)
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