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HA7NB

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Janos Ugrai

H-5300 KARCAG
Hungary

EU
hungary
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Call data

Last update:2018-06-02 20:50:25
QTH:Karcag
Continent:EU
Views:1546
Main prefix:HA
Class:General
Latitude:47.3071606
Longitude:20.9290387
Locator:KN07LH
DXCC Zone:239
ITU Zone:28
CQ Zone:15
Website:ha7nb.hu

Most used bands

40m
(36%)
80m
(32%)
20m
(25%)
10m
(3%)
30m
(3%)

Most used modes

SSB
(59%)
FT8
(26%)
SSTV
(5%)
PSK31
(5%)
PSK63
(4%)

QSL dataUp to date!

Last update:2018-07-24 13:17:31
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:no
Direct QSL:no
LoTW QSL:YES
Extra QSL Info:Please do not send paper QSL cards as I no longer collect them!

Biography

Hello from Hungary and thank you for looking at my info. My name is Janos Ugrai. I was born in 1952 at Karcag, and I live here now too. I have contacted to electronics technique when I was in my childhood. After the secondery school, first learning Morse, Q-code more ham's codes and amateurradio communications knowledge. So, I did amateur radio exams in 1974. Later building homebrew amateur radios and different equipments, measurements, antennas etc. My first radio contacts were made by the callsign HA7KLJ (clubstation of Karcag) in 1972 as an operator. In 1978 I have got my personal callsign and licenced: HA7NB. Favorite bands is HF, and modes SSB, SSTV, and like working with QRP powers. Aside from amateur radio I enjoy my secound hobby the radiocontrol aeromodelling. This is a very interesting and spectacular. Retired since jul. 2015.

QSL info: ONLY eQSL or HRDLOG.NET, or LoTW.
Please do not send paper QSL cards as I no longer collect them!

Worked DXCCs:

Equipment

Rig:
Yaesu FT-857D (power 5W-100W)with LDG YT-100 aut. ant. tuner
Yaesu FTdx-3000D (power 5W-100W, with aut.tuner) Now this is the last new one (2018.05.10.)
Yaesu FT-817ND QRP(All band, all mode HF/VHF/UHF power:5 Watt)
Kenwood TS-120V QRP(HF output max.: 10W)
X1M PRO (platinium edition)QRP transceiver 5 band power out 3-4watts (ssb/cw)
Between 2014-2015 all QSO's about 97% made by X1M PRO QRP transceiver.
Homebrew: MST-80/40 QRP ssb transceiver for 80m. Power out 4-5Watts

Antennas now:
Inverted "V" 80/40/20 mtrs
( Multiband Doublet 80-10 mtrs. )
3el. 3bands rotary Yagi for 20/15/10m
EndFeed 20.1m long 9m up the ground, inverted-V form.

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HA7NB / My QRP Transceiver X1M Pro output: 3-4W
  

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