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Hi! My name is Vitaly.

My station is located 100 kilometers south of Moscow, in the ancient Russian city of Serpukhov (KO84QV), where I have my house.

Licensed since 1995.

My ex. Callsign RV3DMZ.

My main interests are in the hamradio - DXing.

In 2010, I systematically studied Morse code and became engaged DXing.

LOTW use since 2012.

I have currently worked & confirmed mixed 323 DXCC territory.

DXCC Challenge - 2400.

My equipment:

The transceiver ICOM IC-7600.

Home PA with GU-78B Svetlana tetrode for the HF bands.

Home PA with GS-35B triod for the HF bands.

My antennas:

Tower # 1

 Yagi 20m /15m /10m - 4/4/8 el., 20 m. height above the ground.

 Yagi 30m /17m /12m - 2/3/4 el., 22,5m. height above the ground.

 Inverted Vee on 160-80-40m., from 17 meters height.

Tower # 2

Yagi 40m - 3 el.,by antenna-depot (UA2FZ) - 20 m. height above the ground.

Tower # 3

27m. Vertical for 160/80m.

RX antennas:

1. Revers Beverages:

- 180m to JA/EU (50/230 degrees);

- 180m to OC/SA (90/270) degrees);

- 180m to AS/NA (135/315) degrees);

- 180m to AF/North (190/10 degrees).

2. K9AY-loop switches in 8 directions.

73 and I hope to meet you on the bands!


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