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Name:
Roman


Address:


Poland

QSL via:
Bureau, Direct mail, eQsl, LOTW, QRZ    

QSL manager:

Hello,

First of all, if you could please confirm QSO with my station in the LOTW, HRDLog and via ORZ.COM Logbooks" really I appreciate it and thank you very much!

I am active on all HF bands from 160 thru 6 meters and from time to time on 2m and 70cm and via satellites.

Permanently used equipment:

Since 14 September 2014 there is a new rig in my station Yaesu FT-2000 Line others rigs on my desk: IC-718, FT-857d plus external ATU LDG Z100, IC-M710 & IC AT-130E and some homemade rigs.

Military Class Rigs: Clasman PRC-320, MEL VRC-322 all line without oryginal PS.

In the past, I also had the opportunity to work on many other transcivers very new and a bit old, professional, military and home-made (IC-7600, FT-1000MP Mark-V Field, IC-735, QRP Plus, MiniYES), but still, despite of many years I am staying at my favorite set, as above.

HF + 6m antennas:

Since 26 of July 2014 till now a new GP7dx antenna. This is a multi-band (Frequency: 7, 10, 14, 18, 21, 24, 28, 50 MHz) GP antenna specifically designed for DX operation. This antenna is installed 5.5m above the ground on a steel mast that can be lowered for engineering and maintenance work. GP7dx Antenna Since 21-06-2015 the new yagi 6el antenna EF0606W1 by YU7EF was installed in my garden on very short ALU light mast about 10m, but very often I used GP7dx or even single Delta Loop with very low power 5 till 50W.

VHF/UHF (SAT) antennas:

2m: 5el yagi, QRB-300 and J-Pole Antenna 70cm: 7el yagi, QRB-300 2m and 70cm Arrow Antenna

In the past:

Since 25 July 2009 till 02 July 2011 experimental vertical antenna, something between vertical dipole and 14m high GP with only one radial. That antenna was switchable and worked DX too on 80m and 15m bands. Between July 2011 and July 2014 I used homemade rotatable 20m dipol installed on light ALU mast about 12m witch works fine with ATU on 30m to 10m. I worked too on: 167 square loop antenna, 40m Long Wire Antenna, G5RV and W3DZZ.

Modes:

Mainly I work CW and SSB with some PSK31 and RTTY from time to time with power only till 100 watts, but often I work QRP on homemade transceivers.

Other activity:

Since 1981 I am member of Polish Amateur Radio Union. Since 2002 until October 2009 I was very active member of Maritime Radio Club SP2ZIE "Schooner" in Gdynia. In the past since 1981 till 1986 member of SP2ZCE Club in Rumia.

I was QSL manager for special event calls: 3Z50SPU, SN2008P/M/E, SN09H, SN100DP and SN2012GD.

From 1 April till 30 April, 2016 I involve as co-organizer of the "1050th anniversary of the Baptism of Poland on the Air" more information on the website http://1010cp.pzk.org.pl

From 1 January till 31 April, 2015 I involve in a project of Polish Amateur Radio namely "90 years of IARU and 85 years of PZK" more information on the website http://85.pzk.org.pl

Co-organizer of the European Football Championship 2012 on the AIR.

Organizer of the 100th Birthday of "Dar Pomorza" on the AIR.

Co-organizer of The Tall Ships' Races 2009 Gdynia on the AIR and operator of the SN2009TSR special event call.

From time to time I am webpages and QSL designer, contester, homemade builder.

More information about my hobby on my personal webpages under: www.sq2rh.it2.pl

Vy 73 and hope to have QSO soon

Roman SQ2RH


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