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LZ1HW

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Spas Spassov

3600 Lom
Bulgaria

EU
bulgaria
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Call data

Last update:2014-06-16 09:07:25
QTH:Rasovo nr Lom
Continent:EU
Views:471
Main prefix:LZ
Class:A1
Latitude:43.7001480
Longitude:23.2377150
Locator:KN13OQ
DXCC Zone:212
ITU Zone:28
CQ Zone:20

QSL data

Last update:2014-06-16 09:05:57
Bureau Manager:LZ1OT
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:YES
Direct QSL:YES
LoTW QSL:no

Biography

Started s a ham in 1965 - from the beginning as a Class C - only 40 and 80 m bands.
In 1966 passed exam for Class B - all bands, and in 1970 - Class A - all bands up
to 1 Kw - all modes.
Between 1968 and 1977 - c/o of LZ1KPG, LZ1KVV and LZ1KEX.
Licensed as LZ1HW in 1973.
Due to personal reasons - QRT between 1987 and 2007.
Again QRV from the beginning of 2008.
Preffered activity - DXing - mostly CW, pile-ups.
QSLing - the QSL(paper one of course) is the final "touch" of the QSO.

Equipment

Transceivers - Kenwood TS-590S; Kenwood TS-850S
Antennae - Vertical Multiband 10/40 m, Inv Vee's - 10/160 m.

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