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IU0HMB

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Vladislav Petrov
Via della Ricostruzione 27
01017 Tuscania
Italy, Italia

EU
italy
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Call data

Last update:2019-10-17 14:01:57
QTH:Tuscania
Continent:EU
Views:1028
Main prefix:I
Class:A
Federal state:Italia
Latitude:42.4152717
Longitude:11.8634246
Locator:JN52WJ
DXCC Zone:248
ITU Zone:28
CQ Zone:15

Most used bands

40m
(48%)
80m
(32%)
30m
(12%)
20m
(5%)
10m
(3%)

Most used modes

CW
(93%)
SSB
(3%)
LSB
(3%)
USB
(1%)
PSK63
(1%)

QSL dataUp to date!

Last update:2018-12-02 18:06:10
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:no
Direct QSL:YES
LoTW QSL:no

Biography

Coming from Bulgaria, I live in Italy since 1996.

I earned my Ham licence by exam in italian.

After a short period working in different transmission modes, I had the pleasure to know some

OM radiotelegraphers and ex-professionals who helped me to join the wonderful

world of radiocommunications by Morse code.

Now my activity on HF bands is only in Rag Chewing and rarely in "contest style" or "5NN" contacts.

When I’m not in my station at home, it's easy to hear me in CW from my truck during my working time or, not very often, during my holidays in QRP/P.

As station setup I own several transceivers, some vintage, with no more than 120W out.

All my antennas, except those installed on my truck, are homebrew.

I like to use all kinds of telegraph keys, from the old professional ones to the modern paddles.

I don't like to collect QSL cards, but is a pleasure to exchange them via direct as a souvenir of a nice chat.

Member of: HSC #1976 , FISTS #18894, GQRP #15991, ARMI #A/1445.

Former INORC member

Worked DXCCs:

Equipment

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Varius RTX, also vintage, with PWR no more than 120W.

All my antennas, except those I have on my truck, are homebuilt.

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