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JH3QAX

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Shigeo Akamatsu "Red"

603-8054 Kyoto
Japan

AS
japan
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Call data

Last update:2019-07-04 02:16:07
QTH:Semigakakiuchi-cho, Kita-ku, Kyoto JCC220101
Continent:AS
Views:508
Main prefix:JA
Class:Amateur First Class
Latitude:35.0550000
Longitude:135.7600000
Locator:PM75VB
DXCC Zone:339
ITU Zone:45
CQ Zone:25

QSL dataUp to date!

Last update:2019-01-23 14:06:49
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:YES
Direct QSL:no
LoTW QSL:no
Extra QSL Info:Paper QSL would be very much appreciated.

Biography

Hello my friends all over the world !
I was born and live in Kyoto, which is an old city and was the capital of Japan from 794 to 1869.
I have been licensed as JH3QAX since 1971 when a junior high school student,
and I obtained the Amateur First Class in 1979 when a university student in Tokyo.
Through all my fortunes, I got a position in a so busy insurance company after graduating the university,
and I had to QRT from 1995 to 2013 owing to pressure of business.
And then I retired from the job at 56 of age. Today I enjoy a nice Ham-Life. (and playing golf, too.)
I like to make an antenna by myself, and sometimes try it by QRP or portable.
I hope you would come back first to my call at that time, Hi.
See you on the air !

Direct QSL Info:
If you want to receive my paper QSL other than via the BURO, send a self-addressed envelope with no stamp. I will send it back by regular mail.

Remarks:
I moved QTH from Sakyo-ku to Kita-ku, Kyoto in 2015.


Equipment

RIG: All barefoot, using no amplifier
Yaesu FTdx-5000 MP Limited (Max200W), FT-450D (Max100W)
FT-857D for mobile &/or portable (Max 50W)

My homebrew ANT in use:
4 band Inverted L wire (20m long) for 1.9MHz, 3.5MHz, 7MHz & 10MHz.
3 band Vertical wire (10m long) for 14MHz, 18MHz & 28MHz.
2el Delta-Loop for 21MHz. 2el Delta-Loop for 50MHz.

Other homebrew ANT:
GP with short radial (10MHz)
3 band GP (21MHz, 24MHz & 28MHz).
2 band End-Feded Dipole (24MHz & 28MHz).
Delta-Loop (14MHz, 18MHz, 21MHz, 24MHz, 28MHz, 50MHz).
Small Loop (7MHz, 50MHz)
Swiss-Quad, HB9CV, 3el ZL-Special, HB9CV & Moxon (50MHz).
3el Twin Delta-Loop (430MHz).
Whip-Ant for mobile (3.5MHz~430MHz).
etc.

  

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