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IU0HSP

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Fabio Scarpelli

00181 Roma
Italy

EU
italy
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Call data

Last update:2021-05-17 09:17:13
QTH:Roma
Continent:EU
Views:71
Main prefix:I
Latitude:41.874530 (41° 5
Longitude:12.528400
Locator:JN61GU
DXCC Zone:248
ITU Zone:28
CQ Zone:15

Most used bands

40m
(65%)
80m
(16%)
20m
(12%)
2m
(7%)
10m
(1%)

Most used modes

SSB
(96%)
CW
(5%)
DV
(1%)

QSL dataUp to date!

Last update:2021-04-25 07:52:06
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:YES
Direct QSL:no
LoTW QSL:no

Biography

I have been a radio amateur since 2016.
I have always been passionate about radio, electronics and I have been passionate about self-Construction.
I started many years ago with the CB band, which I left after a few years.
In the 2016, I decided to apply for the Amateur Radio License.


Currently, with the help of a friend of mine, a former rediotelegraphist, I'm studyng the telegraphy by Morse code. I really like this transmission mode.
Besides being a very fascinating language, I believe that CW is truly an universal communication tool.
I greatly appreciate those who are working to have the CW recognized as World Heritage of Humanity.


Thank you for visiting my page.
See us on the radio!!!

73 de IU0HSP op. Fabio

Worked DXCCs:

Equipment

Yaesu FT 2000
TenTec Omini C (gift from a dear friend OM)
Icom IC 706 MK2
Yaesu FT 817 (for QRP/P activities)
Yaesu FT 60 VHF/UHF

Antennas:
Self-built 10_80M end fed wire
10-40M vertical
VHF 10 elements
VHF/UHF vertical
Various self-built wire antennas for QRP/P activities


And finally:
My trusty straight key, Junker

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