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I obtained my first JA ham radio license in 1964 and first USA license in 1976.
I have been enjoying DXing as well as chatting on digital modes.  My recent activity is mainly on Olivia mode and I have been enjoying chats with DX stations on Olivia mode.  As of November 29, 2017, I have made 2459 QSOs on Olivia mode.

Here is a table of possible time and frequencies for me to work various areas of the world.  Whenever I call CQ I use the frequencies and mode on the table.  I changed the center frequency on 16/500 mode due to FT8.

 

 

The "Olivia 32/1000 Crew" at Konstanz, Germany in 2014.

 

The "Olivia 32/1000 Crew" on boat to HAM Radio Friedrichshafen Germany in 2014.
 

 

I received a plaque of No. 1 ARRL DXCC Honor Roll in 2015.

Here is my setup:
Transceiver : IC-7410 with IC-PW1
Antennas :
Eight element HB9CV for 6 meter band
Five element tribander for 20, 15, 10 meter bands
and add on rotary dipole for 40 m.
Four element dual bander for 17 and 12 m
Two slopers for 75 and 80 m
Tower driven for 160 m

Software: MMVARI by JE3HHT, HRD+DM780
Interface: RigExpert Standard
PC: Windows10 64bit 8GB RAM, 520GB SSD, 7TB HDD

If you select PICTURE in the map on the right and zoom in, you can see the satellite image of my antennas.

Thank you for viewing my page.  I hope to see you on the air.

73 Ken, JA1RZD

 

 

 

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