Hi and thanks for visiting my page!
I had my license when I was 31 (in 2006) but I've been interested in radio since when I was a child.
I am active 100% in CW mode at QRP power level on HF bands from 10 to 40 meters and I use only straight keys: I'm GRT#777 and SKCC#6678.
I am member of ARI and since October 2014 also ARRL member and KK6PIE is my USA call.
I am not interested in contest, nor the rare DX at the moment but I am always looking for a nice QSO at a reasonable speed for my brain: 20÷25 wpm is my speed limit! No computer to decode CW!
Sometimes I try to work in portable both HF or VHF with various type of homemade antennas.
Reaching my goal to have a QSO with you is also due to your ability to decode my weak signal, thats why I want to thank you for that and why I'd like to receive your paper QSL: each QSO worths a QSL and I love to collect them. I alway send my QSL via Buro or direct if requested. I also use e-QSL service but I always ask for paper QSL too if possible.
If you're reading my page, probably you're a QRZ.com member too, so if we had a QSO please spend 30 seconds to confirm our QSO on our QRZ.com logbook: it costs nothing and it's a nice service. I don't use LOTW at the moment.
My radios are Yaesu FT817ND, 450D, FT200, VX7, Sommerkamp FT277E and Elecraft K1.
Unfortunately I can't have an antenna on the roof so my antennas are a mag loop or a fishing pole on the balcony.
I really hope to hear you soon on the air and having a nice QSO.
73 and 72 de IZ4ISF
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