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Hi om, my name Jiri.

Many thanks for taking the time to look me up.

I started Ham Radio with my father back in the late 1960's, when I was 13 years old.

SWL since1962 (OK1-6876). First licenced as OL1ADI in 1965. It has been a former limited licence for youth valid only for 160m and 10W.

I've been a "real" ham since 1971 and using OK1XJ for all the time. My father had been using this callsign from 1946 until 1971, when he gave up the license. By the way, there are still some hams, who have QSOs with my father in their P.C. LOGs.They think my name is Josef, which was name of my father. I enjoy chasing DX, especially new countries for my DXCC. At present # 333. As for my equipment, I use two old KENWOOD rigs, namely TS830S and TS850S. The ones still do good job for my modest needs and mostly drive my two, home brew amplifiers, using either a couple of GK71's or trio of GU72's and running about 750 W output (F.L.P.) The first PA is with grounded grids and the second one is version according to G2DAF. I use the first PA from160 through 20 meters and the second one from 20 through 10 metrs bands. I'm mostly QRV on CW, rarely on SSB too. As regards my antenna system, it's also very modest. It consists of  three mono band INV.VEE for 18, 21, and 28 MHz. In addition to two CAROLINA WINDOM antennas, 40 and 20 meters type. I use these ones for 80,40,20,12 and 10 meters. They are mounted as an INV.V. and do great job for me on these bands. Last ant. is a random wire - 36m long. I'd like to put up any longer wire. Unfortunately, there isn't any more space on my yard. I use this miserable ant. especially on TOP # 145 and 30 m # 306, occasionally on 80 m too.The highest points of all these antennas are max. at about 36 feet above ground level.

Thank you for reading my information and for your contact too. It was great to meet you.

 

My best 73's and hope to catch up with you on the air soon.

 

OK1XJ - Jiri

 

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