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Welcome to my QRZ.com page.


I'm a licensed Ham since 2006.

This is my little shack at home.

As you can see, I like the charmy vintage Yaesu radios !! smiley

From home I use on the HF my perfectly working FT-101-ZD with all her old accessories, while for the VHF I have the FT-225-RD and  the FT-790-R for the UHF

Recently I bough a rare 6 mts FT-625-RD, a FV-101 VFO and power amplifier FL-2500 and a brand new FT-991, not yet in the picture.

I also have two nice receivers: the FRG-7700 for the HF and the FRG-9600 for the V-UHF.

My vertical antennas: HF " Diamond CP6 " and the V-UHF " Discone " both mounted on the balcony. There are also a couple of more RX verticals and one HF rotary dipole on the roof.

Unfortunately I don't have so much space for the antennas and for the shack, but everything is working fine and I'm happy with that.

I'm a member of the ARI radio club IQ5VZ.



Professionally I'm a yacht's captain.

This is my radio station onboard;  FT-857 D connected to the yacht's marine band SSB antenna, a whip 7 mts long.

Mainly from the yacht I operate in digital modes; I like to make QSOs in PSK and JT65


So, due to my job I'm very often transmitting from different countries or as /MM.

Currently I'm cruising in the Caribbean sea.




I like the old HAM style to send and receive the QSL via the Bureau, and doesn't really matter to me how long time is taking to arrive at destination.

So I will send to you a QSL via Bureau if you indicated in QRZ.com  that you like to receive QSLs via the Bureau, and than I will wait for your card.

But  please always send your QSL to IZ5KID, even if you are answering to my QSL sent from a different country or /MM.

Sorry about some delay in answering to your QSL, but be 100% sure than soon or later I will do it.

I use EQSL.cc as well and direct cards to my home address are also very welcome.



During the winter 2015 I assembled my first QRP RTX from a Kit, the BITX-20

I needed the help of a good friend to make the necessary alignements but now the radio  is working properly, and the construction of the circuits was a very interesting experience.



I'm also doing some experiment with the Arduiono's cards








This is a simple project for a weather station


Another great hobby of mine: to fly with my microlight !



Free counters!












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QRZ Logbook Summary for - IZ5KID
Latest Contacts for IZ5KID at QRZ.com
dedateband mode grid Country op
SV2JU 2017-02-19 15m JT65 KN10mn Greece STRATOS EFSTRATIADIS
F6GCP 2017-02-19 15m JT65 JN18lt France PATRICE GRISET
HA5CAR 2017-02-19 15m JT65 JN97ol Hungary SCHNEIDHOFFER KÁROLY Karl
IU8ALH 2017-02-19 15m JT65 JN70tb Italy ANTONINO RUSSO
SP3AU 2017-02-19 15m JT65 JO92ii Poland Jozef Au
HK4KM 2017-02-19 15m JT65 FJ26ef Colombia Guillermo Sobalvarro
N2NYU 2017-02-19 15m JT65 FN30bq United States Milen Bourilkov
K0LIR 2017-02-19 15m JT65 EM48sm United States SAINT LOUIS AMATEUR RADIO CLUB
S58N 2017-02-19 15m JT65 JN76fa Slovenia MILOSAV KUKOLJ "MIKE"
ES1QV 2017-02-19 15m JT65 KO29ik Estonia ARVO SALURI
SP3BGD 2017-02-19 15m JT65 JO71rw Poland Stanislaw Miranski
OH1TV 2017-02-19 15m JT65 KP10iu Finland Pekka Ketonen
LU5FCI 2017-02-19 15m JT65 FF98oi Argentina HORACE CALABRESE
LU2JCW 2017-02-19 15m JT65 FF98rg Argentina ANDRES ARMANDO RODRIGUEZ DAVE
PU1KGG 2017-02-19 15m JT65 GG87ie Brazil PEDRO RUSSO

Book Totals: 6578 qso's   2340 confirmed Get a free logbook at QRZ.COM

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