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I2IOJ

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Massimo Gizzi Iori

24068 SERIATE BG
Italy, Lombardy

EU
italy
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Call data

Last update:2017-12-29 01:05:21
QTH:Northern Italy
Continent:EU
Views:266
Main prefix:I
Class:Extra
Federal state:Lombardy
Latitude:45.6844000
Longitude:9.7284700
Locator:JN45UQ
DXCC Zone:248
ITU Zone:28
CQ Zone:15

Most used bands

80m
(30%)
40m
(26%)
20m
(14%)
2m
(12%)
15m
(6%)

Most used modes

SSB
(55%)
CW
(30%)
RTTY
(16%)
PSK31
(1%)
JT65
(1%)

QSL dataUp to date!

Last update:2017-12-28 15:34:17
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:YES
Direct QSL:no
LoTW QSL:YES

Biography


Max - I2IOJ


BIO

I've been born in 1959and I'm native of Rome, Italy.
In 1976 I've got the call sign I0IOJ.
After a period of some years spent in Germany, from 1989 until 1997, from where you may have contacted me as DJ0KZ.
In 1997 I came back to Italy, in the Northern part, in the region of Bergamo (abt 20 Miles E of Milan), and got again an italian call sign, I2IOJ, that I still hold.

As a profession, I am Marketing and Sales Director of a company producing X-ray Tubes.

I live in Seriate, a small town (abt 20k inh.) very close to Bergamo, in northern Italy.

My FAMILY: my wife Eda, my son Valerio and my daughter Flavia...

I have spent my life between 1981 and 1985 in the Italian Army, where I was an officer of the Signal Corp.

While in the Italian Army as an officer of the Signal Corp, I established again the old and famous official amateur radio station of the Italian Army's Signal Corp National School, IK0MIL, formerly called I1MIL.
I designed the all station's set-up, radios, antennas, including the all shack's non-radio hardware, supported by the Signal Corp School's very helpful carpenters.

When I'm in my radio shack, I mainly listen, and very rarely take the microphone or the CW-key, or the keyboard, for QSO-ing.

The absolutely preferred mode is since ever CW.
I also like talking by phone with collegues in SSB and practicing in this way languages; but I also like very much the all digital modes.

I don't send QSL as a standard for each QSO, and prefer to reserve it to the situations when it is really needed, as for license's upgrades, for awards or for a specific wish. If somebody wants to get my QSL after a QSO with me, I will be very glad to send it to him; he is therefore kindly required just to ask it clearly.

You may find more information and pictures on my personal web site: http://www.maxig.eu/



OTHER HOBBIES

Little home repairs
Surfing the web
Reading (History - Biographies - Science - Science Fiction)
Fishing; Flyfishing in the Italian Alps
Bowling
Judo
Travelling
Languages

My job, as a hobby:
X-Ray tubes
Monobloc X-ray Generators
Producing X-ray Generators...


Best 73 de Max - i2ioj
(ex i0ioj & dj0kz)
(massi39[αł]hotmail.com)

Worked DXCCs:

Equipment

Max - I2IOJ Radio Shack



Following UNITS are included:

HF + 6mtr Base Station RTX Yaesu FT-2000

HF + Base Station RTX Yaesu FT-1000MP Mark V Field

HF + VHF + UHF Mobile RTX Yaesu FT-991

HF + VHF + UHF Mobile QRP RTX Yaesu FT-817 ND

VHF + UHF Mobile Handy RTX Icom IC-E90

HF Mobile RTX Yaesu FT-50


Station's ACCESSORIES:

Morse Keys:
Junker + Prijem Visilani + Iambic ETM - SQ + Other Several

Base Microphones
Kenwood MC-60
KenwoodMC-80
Icom SM-8
Astatic D-104
Astatic UG-8 +
Heil HM-10 (HC4 El.)
2 pieces Shure 450+
Din. Mic.TRAM +
Hand Microphones Shure SM-58
Revox M 3 500
Yaesu MH-31 A8J
MH-31 B8
ICOM IC-HM12 +
TURNER Ceramic 350
ICOM MC-43S
Trio-Kenwood MC-10

+ Several Home made Mike Sets

HeadSet TELEX Contester 62400 155

MFJ Tools Electronic CW Keyer MFJ-407B
Artificial Ground MFJ-931
Ant Analyz. MFJ-207

Ant Analyz. Rig-Expert AA-54

Antenna Tuners:
MFJ 949D
MFJ 945DE
LDG Z-11 Pro Autom Tuner
Magnum Eletronic MT 3000 Manual Antenna Tuner

SWR Meters:
Revex W500
Kenwood Sw-200
Lafayette RW40
Osker SWR-200
Swan SWR-1A

Loudspeakers:
Kenwood SP-31
ICOM SP-12
Kenwood SP-50B

Amplifier: HF + 6mtr Amplifier SPE Expert 1K-FA



And my ANTENNAS are:

For 2 mtr & 70 cm
5 element Yagi for 50 Mhz with small two band-yagi

For 6 mtr, 2 mtr and 70 cm:
Cassegrain for multiple TV satellites
two 5/8 Lambda Vert
Discone frm 25 to 1000 MHz

For 10 to 80 mtr:
Fritzel Dipole FD4,
Italian multiband Ground Plane Vertical Antenna (Nuova Eco Antenne),
Butternut HF6V
DIAMOND CP6
Malcott BB10V



  

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