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JA1DBO

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Izumi Koizuka "Sen"

215 Kawasaki
Japan

AS
japan
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Call data

Last update:2020-08-04 02:05:26
QTH:Asao-ku, Kawasaki city, Kanagawa
Continent:AS
Views:377
Main prefix:JA
Class:Amateur First-Class
Latitude:35.6000000
Longitude:139.5000000
Locator:PM95SO
DXCC Zone:339
ITU Zone:45
CQ Zone:25

QSL dataUp to date!

Last update:2019-11-29 01:45:34
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:YES
Direct QSL:no
LoTW QSL:no

Biography

I was born in Osaka in 1956. I have been interested in radio since I was a childhood, I have repeatedly assembled and broken the radio. When I was in junior high school , I learned about amateur radio in articles on amateur radio introduction in youth scientific magazines. I took an amateur radio license at junior high school freshman and continued to operate actively mainly on 6 m. When I became a high school student, I learned Morse code and can enjoy communication with other countries without much power. But I quited amateur radio completely to prepare for university entrance. After I entered university, I got higher class amateur radio license and I enjoyed QSO with many foreign countries both by phone and CW.  In 1995, I moved to Kanagawa prefecture as a relocation. I ceased amateur radio completely, because my job became so busy and I was not able to raise a big antenna like before. However, several years ago, I read a book article regarding "comeback ham" at a bookstore and decided to restart amateur radio again. Now I am enjoying ham life even it’s a peanuts size station with poor antenna system. When you find out me, please feel free to call me.

Equipment

RIG
IC-7100 (100W) + HL-206V (200W, 6m)
ID-31 (5W)

ANTENNA (6mH, 74m above sea level)
Vertical Antenna (40m-6m)
Delta loop Antenna (6m)
Dual Band YAGI Antenna (2m/70cm, 3/5 element)
The direction of Yagi antenna is fixed in the direction of the Mt. Fuji and the Tanzawa mountain range (Az: ca 270 deg).

  

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