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R2FBT

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activity index: 5 of 5

Alexander V. Lemeshko
st. Dadaeva 5 - 2
236016 European Russia
Kaliningrad

EU
kaliningrad
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Call data

Last update:2017-09-17 01:05:39
QTH:Kaliningrad
Continent:EU
Views:763
Main prefix:UA2
Class:2
Latitude:54.7308951
Longitude:20.5322778
Locator:KO04GR
DXCC Zone:126
ITU Zone:29
CQ Zone:15
Website:www.qrz.ru/db/r2fbt
Skype:ua2fff

Most used bands

80m
(39%)
40m
(34%)
20m
(28%)
15m
(1%)
10m
(1%)

Most used modes

SSB
(100%)
CW
(1%)

QSL dataUp to date!

Last update:2017-02-18 10:24:49
eQSL QSL:no
Bureau QSL:YES
Direct QSL:YES
LoTW QSL:no

Biography

I was born in 1960 in the south of Ukraine. Since my childhood I have been interested in radio engineering.
My first license (RA2FCI -Third Class) was received in the middle of 1976. At that time (1976-79)
I worked 28 MHz AM, and later when I got another transceiver, in SSB.

After completing military service (1979-81), I upgraded my license to (UA2FFF -Second Class).
Life however developed in such a way that there were no conditions and opportunities for working on the air. Later, this callsign was closed. At the end of 2016, I received the callsign R2FBT, which I currently hold.

RDA: KA-02 (Leningradsky region, Kaliningrad city)

E-mail: ua2fff@kanet.ru (only for useful information and good news!)

QSL: Initially, all correspondents through the QRZCQ.COM, QRZ.COM and HAMLOG.RU sites for which I upload my log send QSL-cards electronically.

Those who wish a paper QSL-card can send it through the QSL-bureau, I will respond in the same way.
For a quicker response through the QSL bureau, contact me by email and i will send my card through the bureau at the same time as you, halving the turnaround time.

You can also obtain a card by mailing me directly, by sending 1 IRC and an envelope with a return address.

Since I have 3 types of QSL-cards, it is possible for you to request a design - please email if you wish this. http://www.qrz.com/db/R2FBT Otherwise I will send you a card of my choosing.

All issues related to the receipt of paper QSL-cards that may arise are resolved through correspondence via E-mail address.

Best regards

73! Alexander R2FBT

Worked DXCCs:

Equipment

TRX: Icom IC-756, 100 wats
Ant: W3DZZ

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R2FBT / The Lake Top in Kaliningrad city
  

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