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JS6UHQ

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Devoutaman515 (Taka)

901-0361 Itoman City
Japan, Okinawa

AS
japan
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Call data

Last update:2021-03-10 00:46:44
QTH:Itoman city Okinawa
Continent:AS
Views:158
Main prefix:JA
Class:Amateur First-Class Radio Op
Federal state:Okinawa
Latitude:26.1292820
Longitude:127.6699234
Locator:PL36UD
DXCC Zone:339
ITU Zone:45
CQ Zone:25
Website:taman80.web.fc2.com/backn…

QSL dataUp to date!

Last update:2021-02-06 12:15:24
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:no
Direct QSL:no
LoTW QSL:no

Biography

Thank you for look up my page.

In 1977, at the age of 17, I got a license as a telephone-class ham radio operator in Naha City.
I couldn't buy a transceiver because my family was poor.I lived in a rented house and couldn't have built an antenna.So I decided to enjoy the instrument with Brass Band.
At the age of 23, I started playing the saxophone, and when I quit due to lung disease (COPD), I was 42 years old.
I practiced the saxophone for a short time for rehabilitation, but unfortunately I quit it at the age of 52.
At the age of 53, I assembled a crystal radio with recycled parts from a broken radio.
I was 10 years old when first assembled the crystal radio.
A few years later, I received an amateur radio with my homebrew shortwav regenerative receiver.
I wanted to start amateur radio and I got a third-class radio operator license.
At the age of 59, I studied hard and I got a Amateur First-Class Radio operator license.
An Amateur ham radio station was opened on November 16, 2020.
I'm a 60 years old ham radio operator who loves vacuum tubes very much.
I'm a beginner who has just started learning CW(Morse code and Japanese Morse).
I spend Most of time Assembly transmitters and receivers in my tiny workroom.

A1 Club member #3597 ,A1 Club Japanese Morse Club member
JARL QRP Club member #1197
Okinawa QRP Club member
call sign JR6YTZ

My YouTube Channel URL
https://www.youtube.com/Devoutaman515


Equipment

Homebrew : All Transmitters
===========================
CW Only

1, 2 Transistor QRPp 7MHz 40m Band 30mW
2, 2 Transistor QRPp 7MHz 40m Band 300mW + 3W power amp
3, 2 Transistor QRPp 7MHz 40m Band 500mW
4, 2 Vacuum tube QRP 7MHz 40m Band 2.5W
5, 3 Vacuum tube QRP 7MHz 40m Band 5.0W
6, 3 Vacuum tube   7MHz 40m Band 10W
7, 3 Vacuum tube QRP 10MHz 30m Band 5W
8, 3 Vacuum tube QRP 14MHz 20m Band 5W

Receivers / Radios
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TRIO TS-820S junk, Receive only
TRIO 9R-59D
3 Tube Regenerative Receiver HF (Homebrew)
4 Tube Superheterodyne Receiver HF (Homebrew)
FET Regenerative Receiver HF (Homebrew)
Direct Conversion Receiver HF (Homebrew)

YouTube Videos
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★One Tube Regenerative Receiver(7Mhz 40m Amateur Band)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ZVNTBElTdA
★3 Band Shortwave Regenerative Receiver - 12BD6 12V DC
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uO8KgEA5HBg
★3 Vacuum tube 7MHz 40m CW Transmitter PWR 15W
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3L8rZdV2szc

Morse practice playlist
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https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLymURAEYw2zKs8jjk726MPkJePWrrROGY

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JS6UHQ / Homebrew RX and TX , TRIO TRX and Receiver
  

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