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QRV since 1984/05/04

33rd anniversary of JL3LSF this year.

My home was moved from Kaizuka City to Sakai City.

I built a small tower in the backyard of my new house on April 25th 2014.

 

QTH

JCC#2502, AJA#250205, LOC: PM74SL (Minami ku, Sakai City, Home)

JCC#2501, AJA#250101, LOC: PM74SQ (Kita Ku, Osaka City)

JCC#3909, LOC: PM63TO (JL3LSF/5, Nankoku City, Another home)

 

PWR

HF : Less than 200W

6m : Less than 100W

 

ANT

3 element Yagi, small (20, 15 and 10m) @ 16.5m (Home)

RDP, short (40 and 30m) @ 18m (Home)

4 element HB9CV, small (17 and 12m) @ 15m (Home)

Half Sloper (160 and 80m) (Home)

Long Wire (40m) @ 85m (JCC#250101).

Mobile Whip, very short (80, 40, 30, 20, 17, 15, 12 and 10m) (Mobile Operation)

 

Other Call Sign

NA1AA (Extra) since Mar. 4, 2011

ex N9PLT (1991 ~ Mar. 3, 2011)

 

Pictures before I began operation in my shack

This place is on the mountain where I used to go work Caribbean entities via S/P.

I worked 22 Caribbean entities here.

It is no good for other directions because of the peak right behind here.

There is not wide space to set up a bigger antenna around here.

 

Coastal plains are also good for working DX, but there are usually big factories behind in Osaka.

The road is not wide enough to set up a big antenna same as on the mountain.

4 elements, no way !

 

I found very good take-off to Africa here on the mountain.

 

 

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