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R6FHE

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Vivian Victor

356142 Izobilnyj
European Russia, Stavropol Kraj

EU
european russia
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Call data

Last update:2022-03-22 06:41:25
QTH:Izobilnyj
Continent:EU
Views:595
Main prefix:UA
Federal state:Stavropol Kraj
Latitude:45.3804138
Longitude:41.6986808
Locator:LN05UJ
DXCC Zone:54
ITU Zone:29
CQ Zone:16

Most used bands

30m
(31%)
17m
(20%)
12m
(17%)
40m
(12%)
15m
(12%)

Most used modes

FT8
(91%)
FT4
(4%)
SSB
(2%)
JT9
(2%)
JT65
(2%)

QSL data

Last update:2021-10-21 16:08:51
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:YES
Direct QSL:YES
LoTW QSL:YES
Extra QSL Info:IARU QSL Bureau; EURAO QSL Bureau; hrdlog.net; hamlog.online

Biography

I was born back in 1958 in the small Russian town of Rubtsovsk, Altai Krai.
He started doing amateur radio in 1984.
Like most novice radio amateurs, I started with observing (SWL) the work of amateur radio stations. Then there was a pretty big break. I resumed my hobby only after retirement, in 2019. At first I had an observer (SWL) call sign - R6H-212.
Well, since being retired, I had more free time and opportunities, I decided to try myself as a "full-fledged" amateur radio operator (HAM). Therefore, in 2020, I passed the relevant tests and received the call sign R6FHE, which allows me to work on the air, including for transmission.
As for working on the air, I liked digital types of broadcasts more. Especially FT8 and FT4. As for the bands I work on, my capabilities are limited by the availability of appropriate antennas. So far, the set of antennas that I have does not allow me to fully use the low-frequency ranges of 80 and 160 meters. But I am working on overcoming this obstacle and I hope that in the near future I will be able to master these ranges as well.
I wish all my hobby colleagues success on amateur radio bands, rare DX and pleasant QSOs! 73!
Victor Vivian (R6FHE, aka R6H-212).

Worked DXCCs:

Equipment

My transceiver: Icom IC-7300

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