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R2AGH

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Mikhail A. Kolesnikov

125319 Moscow
European Russia

EU
european russia
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Call data

Last update:2021-06-20 15:33:42
Continent:EU
Views:295
Main prefix:UA
Class:2
Latitude:55.8055207
Longitude:37.5323305
Locator:KO85ST
DXCC Zone:54
ITU Zone:29
CQ Zone:16

Most used bands

20m
(49%)
40m
(34%)
10m
(7%)
17m
(4%)
15m
(4%)

Most used modes

SSB
(100%)

QSL data

Last update:2020-04-15 08:07:26
eQSL QSL:no
Bureau QSL:YES
Direct QSL:no
LoTW QSL:no
Extra QSL Info:I'm sending only via bureau, sorry.

Biography

My name is Mike, I'm radio-amateur since 1988 (at 1989 - UV3AHI USSR-callsign, after - RX3AHI Russian-callsign). Between 1993-2014 mainly SW-listener, including HF worldwide broadcasting radio. Since 2014 - R2AGH (national class 2).

Worked DXCCs:

Equipment

June 2021 update: I had a long dream and I fulfilled it. Since this time I'm working via the vertical "Delta loop" antenna 86-meter long. I was making it the whole past "Covid" year. This modification was discribed in the Russian magazine "Radio" in 2005 year, november. I connected the LDG RT-100 tuner between 70-meter coaxial cable RG-213 and 1:1 balun, after the balun - symmetrical 150-ohm powering line (two 75-ohm paired coaxial cables) and the main element - a wired loop. I've gotten the hi-efficient antenna with the major direction NW (Finland) - SE (Asia) and SWR 1-1,3 on all HF-bands. These directions are new for me and I hope to get interesting results. LW-antenna is not working temporarily. Some photos will be added later...

For HF I'm using the Icom IC-7000; my antenna is 20.7 meters "LW" adjusted via 9:1 "Un-Un" by M0UKD and the automatic tuner LDG RT-100. For VHF I have the "Radius GM300" by Motorola (16-channels) with a "2m Flower Pot Antenna" - home-made half-wave vertical coaxial dipole. I prefer to work with low power, my normal call on HF is 20 watts output. if You don't hear, I'm powering up to 95-100 watts maximum. When You are calling DX, I can try to call You with /QRP, 5-9 watts really. Be indulgent, please ;)

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