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JH8JNF

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Nicky

JCG#01027
Japan

AS
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Call data

Last update:2016-05-10 01:47:31
QTH:Kushirogun, Hokkaido
Continent:AS
Views:402
Main prefix:JA
Class:1st Class Amateur Radio Operator
Latitude:43.0043108
Longitude:144.4112529
Locator:QN23EA
IOTA:AS-078
DXCC Zone:339
ITU Zone:45
CQ Zone:25

Most used bands

40m
(33%)
15m
(21%)
70cm
(11%)
20m
(9%)
6m
(7%)

Most used modes

JT65
(49%)
FT8
(21%)
FM
(13%)
JT9
(10%)
SSB
(8%)

QSL data

Last update:2018-11-18 14:09:40
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:YES
Direct QSL:YES
LoTW QSL:YES
Extra QSL Info:Email me at jh8jnf atmark jarl.com for direct qsl mailing address

Biography

Hello, thank you for reading.
Got my first ham ticket in 1977. I love HF bands, esp 10 and 15 m. My first license was "phone class" or 4th class back then, so they were the only DX bands for me as a 10 watts station.

From around 1981, I couldn't operate radio station due to several restrictions. I might haven't sent you QSL cards if we worked around that year. Now that I'm eQSL and LoTW ready, I will send you mine upon your request.

After entering college, I went QRT completely in 1984.

I come back to ham radio in late Sept. of 2014, with old callsign and new QTH.
Profile shows my parents house location(QN23ea), but I most of the time operate in Kawasaki, Japan (PM95tn).

I appreciate it very much if you send eQSL to me operating from PM95 in JT65, to eQSL account of JH8JNF/1.

SWL reports are always welcomed.


See you on the air, best 73&88

Nicky(JH8JNF)

Worked DXCCs:

Equipment

From QN23:
FT450D, DR635HV, Virtical antenna with CG3000.

From PM95 and elsewhere
FT817ND, ID-51(50th anniv.), QRP(bellow 5 watts) with several wire antennas.
Recenty added IC-7100(50W) and AH-4, DJ-G7. The former is used exclusively from Kawasaki.

I can't have as much QSOs as I wish, so I spend my time mostly devising antennas, or building small ham radio accessaries.

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