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This car is a small car whose displacement volume is 660 cc.

The transceiver of the output 50W is carried in this car.

All the antennas currently used are whip antennas and they are all attached to car's roof.

QRV modes are CW RTTY PSK SSB and JT65.

QRV 160m to 6m


I acquired the license of ham radio in 1973.

The transceiver and whip antenna which were attached to my car are performing all QRV from 2000.




Dear my friend


The logbook was lost by the earthquake which occurred in June, 1978, and the flood in 1982 and 1993, and PC-LOGing which was being made to accumulate further by the big earthquake of magnitude 9.0 on the Richter scale which occurred on March 11, 2011 was lost.

Now, restoration of PC-LOGing is tried again.

It is due to make it correspond to eQSL.cc and LoTW one by one.

According to BURO and a DIRECT , it goes as much as possible.

I want me to give time to a slight degree.


About 20 years before, I had the demand in the QSL card of A51JM.

However, I do not know at all that A51JM was QRV.

I am not an operator of A51JM.

There is no fact that A51JM to QSL MGR was requested from me.

I think ,The call sign of A51JM is abused other than someone of, and he is conjecturing what was announced "QSL MGR is JH7BMF."

I am very much perplexed.

It is because SASE and the QSL card which were received have been spilt out by the flood or the big earthquake.

Now, there is many QRV from the Kingdom of Bhutan.

I wish many people can contact with QRV from the Kingdom of Bhutan.




















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