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You can visit my new web page at: http://www.yo3ggx.ro

Licensed from 1995.

QRT 1996-2010.

Back in HAM from Oct 2010 (VHF/UHF only)

Operating in HF from Feb 2011

Now operating only in SSB (voice) and digital modes (mainly PSK31/63).

My current equipment for HF:

- Yaesu FT-450AT (an excellent little transceiver)

- Antenna Tuner LDG Z-100plus

- Carolina Windom 80-10m, 133' (at only 5m/2m height), homemade

- max. Power: 40W (digimodes), 100W (SSB). When using my portable Magnetic Loop antenna (in both locations), the power is 5W (Max. for FT-817ND and min. for FT-450AT).

- Digimodes interface: 2 models, home made (see my web page for technical details).

Model 1 (for FT-817ND, USB only, soundcard included)

Model 2 (for FT-450AT, USB only, soundcard included)

- Portable Magnetic Loop (40-10m), remote tunable through the coax cable

a. Folded:

b. In operation:



I'm operating sometimes in portable mode from my second QTH (specified in the HAM license). This is in Breaza (PH), 100Km north of Bucharest (LOC KN25te), in the Prahova Valley area, at around 400m altitude. Here I'm using mainly the portable Magnetic Loop antenna for 40-10m. I'm operating from there mainly QRP (5W), using the small Yaesu FT-817 rig.

I have there a 42m Long Wire (slopper) E-W oriented for 160-40m too, but this one is mainly for my second WebSDR server (http://websdr2.yo3ggx.ro).

l've (re)discovered the pleasure to work in QRP so it is very probable that for digital modes I will use only the small FT-817ND with 5W from both locations. In order to tune the long wire, I'm using an Elecraft T1 portable tuner. I'm delighted about the way it works, tuning without problems the antenna in all bands from 160 to 6m.

This is my paper QSL.

You can find there all info you need, including the equipment used for that specific QSO.

I answer 100% to all paper QSLs I receive. I preffer direct for this, as through the bureau it can takes several months.


My Clubs:

EPC# 14740

30DMG# 4973

DMC# 03801

My log is available online at hrdlog.net

You are welcome to visit my WebSDR server for 80/40/30/20m and test your signal here, in Bucharest, ROMANIA, EUROPE (Loc: KN34bk).

The second WebSDR server is located in Breaza (KN25te) and provides for the moment just the 80 and 40m bands. The Internet link is a small ADSL (only 768Kbps upload) so it cannot support more than 5-6 concurrent users.

First location (KN34bk)


and second location (KN25te):



I automatically sent my electronic QSL through eQSL.cc (AG), LoTW and HRDlog.net

Bureau and / or direct QLSs are answered 100%. Please accept a delay in answer as or bureau is very slow in sending QSLs abroad.

NOTE: No need to add anything for a direct QSL to be answered direct too.


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