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IZ0TTG

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Dario Di Prospero
VIA Tagete
01100 VITERBO
Italy

EU
italy
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Call data

Last update:2019-04-23 05:55:29
QTH:Viterbo Italy
Continent:EU
Views:372
Main prefix:I
Class:A
Latitude:42.4366167
Longitude:12.1095366
Locator:JN62BK
DXCC Zone:248
ITU Zone:28
CQ Zone:15
Website:www.facebook.com/groups/r…

QSL dataUp to date!

Last update:2019-03-08 16:50:49
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:no
Direct QSL:no
LoTW QSL:no

Biography

Ho iniziato a trasmettere nel lontano 1980, con un apparato CB Midland 40 canali . Ricordo con piacere la mia sorpresa, quando nei rari giorni di propagazione, potevo ascoltare oltre ai miei amici della mia città, altri corrispondenti dai vari paesi europei,distanti dall’ Italia centinaia e centinaia di chilometri, stabilendo così, i miei primi DX nella banda dei 27 MHz ! Nella seconda metà degli anni Ottanta cominciai a dedicarmi al radioascolto delle onde corte,delle VHF e UHF, fino al 2010, anno in cui decisi di dare l' esame OM, ottenendo la licenza, e il nominativo IZØTTG.
Il mio divertimento continua sulle bande decametriche amatoriali con collegamenti DX verso tutti i 5 continenti già raggiunti da tempo,con la mia semplice antenna filare,un accordatore di antenna e la potenza di 100 watt erogati dalla mia radio. Collegamenti confermati da oltre 500 eQSL .

I started to transmit with the radio back in 1980, buying a CB 40 channels of Midland TX. I recall with pleasure my surprise, when on the rare days of propagation, I could listen to over to my friends in my town, other correspondents from various European countries, hundreds of kilometers away, thus establishing my first DX 27 MHz in the band! In the second half of the eighties I devoted myself to 'listen to the shortwave, the VHF and UHF, until 2010, when I decided to give the' OM examination obtaining the license, and QRZ amateur radio IZØTTG.
My fun continues on decametric amateur bands with links to DX in all 5 continents already archieved for some time,with my simple wire antenna,an antenna tuner and power of 100 watts by my radio. Connections confirmed by over 500 eQSL.

Equipment

My station: TX Yaesu FT-847.
(HF 10-160m+WARC,6m,4m,2m,70cm) Microphone Yaesu MD 100, Icom SM 2, long wire antenna with 9:1 unun (1,8-30 MHz and 6 meters band) antenna tuner LDG-Z-11 pro II.Max power radio 100 Watt.

TX Kenwood TM-V7 144-430 MHz dual band, 2 vertical antenna, Diamond X-300-N and X-50-N VHF/UHF. EchoLink node 664594 IZØTTG

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