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IK1MNJ

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Enrico Robetto

10077 San Maurizio Canavese (to)
Italy

EU
italy
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Call data

Last update:2020-11-29 14:48:14
Continent:EU
Views:725
Main prefix:I
Latitude:45.2232617
Longitude:7.6221681
Locator:JN35TF
DXCC Zone:248
ITU Zone:28
CQ Zone:15
Website:www.ik1mnj.com

Most used bands

17m
(25%)
12m
(22%)
10m
(11%)
40m
(11%)
20m
(10%)

Most used modes

SSB
(78%)
CW
(8%)
FT8
(8%)
RTTY
(4%)
MFSK
(3%)

QSL data

Last update:2020-01-11 12:19:52
eQSL QSL:no
Bureau QSL:YES
Direct QSL:YES
LoTW QSL:no

Biography

Ham Radio since 1988 date of my licence, voted exclusively for HFDX, working only HF, I avoid contests, love working DX Expeditions, rare Islands and Countries, SSB mainly but also some CW and RTTY, I reached all main Awards as DXCC all mode ,all bands, 5bWAZ, WPX, IOTA, USA Counties and others, supported by QSL's proof, even if till now i never credited nothing.
DIY on antennas and accessories is my second hobby, i tested varius antennas configurations verticals, yagis, quads, simple dipoles and loops, my actual set up is so formed: 85 feet tower wich support at the moment eight interlaced antennas on 57 foot boom, these are: 3 el.full size U -Yagi in 40m and 3 el. full size Yagi in 30m., 5 el. Quad in 6/10/12 m., 4 el. Quad in 15/17/20 m., all eight antennas are separated feed, the tower also support four 80m. dipoles in diamond array configuration driven with an ACB-4 ibrid unit from Comtek; in 160m i'm just testing an Inverted L.

Worked DXCCs:

Equipment

Yaesu FTDX 5000, Amplifier Acom 2000A

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