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I was first licenced in 1964 when I passed a CW exam and operated from club stations YU3CST in Koper and YU3CNO in Ljubljana.
In 1965 upgraded my licence and obtained personal call sign YU3TDO. Operated from home mostly in CW on home made cw/am/ssb transmitter and receiver.
I have not been active for the last 35 years. From july 2012 I am on the air again with my new call sign S52CU and new Elecraft KX3 transceiver (SN 450) with built-in antenna tuner.

My favorite ham activity is SOTA chasing and activating (more information about SOTA in http://www.sota.org.uk/).

My home antenna is horizontal delta loop (37 m wire, 8 m agl) fed by 300 ohm twin lead cable, connected to internal KX3 tuner using 1:2 balun. KX3 can easily tune this antena on all bands from 7 to 50 MHz.

When portable, I experimented with several home made wire antennas (verticals with ground radials, doublets and delta loops(!)) supported by 4m, 6m or 9m telescopic poles. All resulted in successful activations, then I tried a simple endfed antenna in inv.L configuration and it became my favorit SOTA antenna.

A bit of history:

YU3CST club station in Koper (S52CU first on the left side)

Some QSL cards from my YU3TDO era:

  

      

Thanks for visiting my page.

73 and cu on the air!

Mirko

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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