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2018-08-21 02:47:14 UTC









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Alberto Sciortino

France, Var, 83

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Call data

Last update:2018-07-15 15:38:03
QTH:Flassans sur Issole
Main prefix:F
Federal state:Var, 83
DXCC Zone:227
ITU Zone:27
CQ Zone:14

Most used modes


QSL dataUp to date!

Last update:2017-11-23 14:10:14
Bureau QSL:no
Direct QSL:YES


I am radio operator since my early age of 12.
I start with a simple CB radio with only 23 AM channels and a mobile antenna on my window....I toke the "virus" after my first DX-QSO with USA (AM mode and 5 W)!

I'm OM since 1998 (my old callsign IW1RCT), F1VJT is my new callsign from 2004.
I work specially to 40 to 10 meter band (WARC included) in SSB or CW, no digital mode.

I'm learning CW....OM be patient, I'm still QRS!!!

I have assembled many QRP CW transceivers (SWL Rockmite20, Hendricks DC20, Forty 9er and Pixie kits for 40 meter band) and, the last arrived, a µBITx (HF all mode, 10W)
I have added a DDS VFO into my DC-20 and Rockmite transceivers. A little PA of 20W have been installed in the DC-20 enclosure (in use high power only powered by a power supply or big battery); the power is still switchable between 20 and 1W for QRP operations.
My Rockmite it have about 1.5 Watts (@13.8V) and it work from 10 to 18 MHz.

I manage two Beacons

The 10 meter beacon:
The 6 meters beacon:

I manage alsoo:
F1ZHI VHF repeater in JN33EO:
F1ZHR UHF repeater in JN33GE:
F1ZLY UHF Repeatrer in JN23XI:
F1ZHN transponder in JN23XE: (actually OFF)

My Echolink connexion (198079) is actually OFF.

I founded my radiocommunication company (VJT Radiocommunication) from avril 2014, I love my job!!

My hobbyes are photography (beginner) and play electric guitar (rock/blues).

Worked DXCCs:


@ home:
Icom IC-730 with Turner +3B
Yaesu FT-77 with Astatic D104-M6B
Diamond CP6 (80-10 meter)

Vertex VX-1700 with MD-100
Wire antenna with FC40

Motorola DM2600 VHF
Talco CS3 66-88 MHz(job)
Motorola GM360 UHF
Yaesu FT-290R (VHF All mode)
VHF linear amplifier SSB Electronics TLA144-200

Colinear VHF/UHF antenna (2.5 meter long)
Daiwa CNW418
Clansmann vertical key

@ /P FM:
Yaesu FT-60 (VHF/UHF FM)
Baofeng UV-5R
Motorola GP-380 (29MHz FM)
Motorola GP-380 (50MHz FM)
Vertex VX-921 (70 MHz FM professional)
Icom IC-F31G (70 MHz FM professional)
TP Radio TP8000 (70 MHz FM professional)
Motorola DP-4800 VHF (DMR ham - professional)
Motorola DP-4800 UHF (DMR ham - professional)

QRP, @ /P and/or @ home
Hendricks DC20 with DDS VFO (TX 14.0-14.35 MHz CW, RX 14.0-14.35 CW/DSB, 1/20W)
Rockmite 20 with DDS VFO (RTX 10, 14 and 18 MHz band CW, rx DSB, 1.5W)
µBITx (HF all mode QRP, 10W)
Pixie 40M (TRX 7023 CW QRP, 1W)
Forty 9er (TRX 7030 CW QRP, 2W)
Vertex VX-1400 (HF All mode - field day or emergency)
Antennas @ /P: Miracle Whip, dipole for 14 MHz band, 14MHz whip, Outback 80-6 m, Windom 40-10m
Energy: Rechargeable lithium battery (12V 1.8, 3, 4 and 12 Ah), 12V 7A/h lead-gel battery or 9V battery for the Forty 9er and Pixie

@ /M:
Yaesu FT-100
Yaesu FC-30 (Antenna Tuner)
Motorola DM2600 VHF
Outback antenna (80-6m)
2.2 mtrs whip antenna
1/4 lambda VHF/UHF

Other images

second pic
F1VJT / My little radiostation

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