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LZ1CRI

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Christo Streshkov


Bulgaria

EU
bulgaria
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Call data

Last update:2019-04-24 09:44:16
QTH:selo Enina ob. Kazanlak
Continent:EU
Views:82
Main prefix:LZ
Latitude:42.6642824
Longitude:25.4069064
Locator:KN22QP
IOTA:EU-181
DXCC Zone:212
ITU Zone:28
CQ Zone:20

QSL dataUp to date!

Last update:2019-04-15 19:37:39
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:YES
Direct QSL:YES
LoTW QSL:YES

Biography

Everything for my radio amateur life started in 1970, when I obtained a good for that time short-wave radio receiver VEF201, manufactured by former USSR. From that moment I’ve started to listen international and local broadcasting stations on AM as short-wave DXer.

Since then I have the invaluable help and support of Mr. Rumen Pankov (from Sofia) - one of the best AM DXer in the world.

Gradually I made improvements and upgrading of my equipment, all they home brew as follows:
•Tube High Frequency Amplifier
•Frequency meter

Due to my activities I obtained a lot of QSL cards from many different broadcasters all over the world.

Simultaneously with the activities above I started my training for SSB operator in the radio club LZ1KKZ - Kazanlak, later I worked for radio club LZ2KAC – Gabrovo.

Listening of broadcasting stations never stops for me, therefore I have to and changed, upgraded and bought some equipment, as:
•SONY SW7600
•Grundig YB400PE
•Yaesu FRG-100
•New better antennas

On 30 June 2015 I obtained a Radio Amateur License and a Personal callsign LZ1CRI.

From 01 January 2019, I can use also callsign LZ1W during international contests.

Equipment


Nowadays, my working conditions are:

- ICOM 7300, ICOM 731 Transceivers,

- ACOM 1000 (one kilowatt) Linear Amplifier,

- ANTENAS with great support and help of:
•LZ1DY and LZ1DKZ:

INV Vee – 3.5, 7, 14 MHz,

Rotating Improved SpiderBeam – 14, 21, 28 MHz, set at 12 meters height, and
• LZ5DB and LZ3ZZ:

Vertical Dipole, 2 elements - 7 MHz.

  

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