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ANTON J. LAUHIN
Central street, 14-59
108840 Moscow, Troitsk
European Russia, MA

EU
european russia
MAIN CALL: RV3DHC
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Call data

Last update:2020-06-03 14:36:53
QTH:Moscow
Continent:EU
Views:1042
Main prefix:UA
Class:First
Federal state:MA
Latitude:55.5695376
Longitude:37.4756956
Locator:KO85RN
DXCC Zone:54
ITU Zone:29
CQ Zone:16
Skype:rv3dhc_echolink

Most used bands

15m
(27%)
20m
(26%)
40m
(13%)
2m
(13%)
10m
(8%)

Most used modes

SSB
(26%)
RTTY
(19%)
CW
(18%)
FM
(14%)
PSK63
(9%)

QSL dataUp to date!

Last update:2020-01-16 10:06:09
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:YES
Direct QSL:YES
LoTW QSL:no

Biography

I was born in town of {Troitsk, Moscow area}, in March, 1977 in {country of USSR} which is now non existed in the world. In year of 1990 I joined our school club ex.{UZ3DXB} (now {RK3B}, ex.{RK3DXB}). That was my first experience to get on air and later then I made my 1st QSO to ex.{UZ2FWN} (now {RK2FWN}) to a girl in Chernyakhovsk town (UA2F-region) and to special Event Station {OO9O} in english language as 1st man in our school club team. By the way, our club leader was Alex N. Zaitzev {RW3DZ}. Since that time I am really enjoying {Ham-Radio} hobby so much as I can.

This is my new call {RC3C}. This call I have since 14.02.2014, and that day I was glad twicely 'coz 14th of Febuary is a {Valentine's Day}. My prevoius calls are: {RK3KPE} (1990-1993), {RV3DHC} (1993-2014). The change was made because a big sector from Moscow area added to Moscow territory in July 2012. And according to our Russian Communication Governance documents regarding new system of amateur radio callsings, my prevoius call {RV3DHC} could not be prolonged. =( It is history now.

I am living and working in {Moscow, Russia}. My current occupation is an IT manager (in Russia we call that '{System Administrator}') in small IT russian company. We are group of people who give IT services for our clients.

My Location is still Troitsk and it is 'New Moscow' here, administrative district "Troitskiy" (12). RDA: MA-12,, Locator: [{KO85PL63ff}]. Currently I am not in my usual QTH location - Troitsk, New Moscow [{KO85PL63ff}]. I am in 15km away to the north of it - Kommunarka, New Moscow [{KO85RN76cq}] and RDA: MA-11.

Follow me on
* YouTube : {https://www.YouTube.com/c/rv3dhc}
* VK : {https://vk.com/rv3dhc}
* VK : {https://vk.com/RC3C_GAMES}
* Twitch : {https://www.twitch.tv/tonyrc3c}
* GoodGame : {http://www.goodgame.ru/RC3C}
I follow to {DX Code of Conduct} while I am working on HF bands with normal and DX stations.

I have my activity on:
* SWLing on WebSDRs: {PA3FWM}, {SV2HNH}
* EchoLink RC3C-L 145.275 MHz CTSS 94.8 #53698
* EchoLink Conference *RUSSIA* #196189
* HF bands from {UF5D} Club only
* VHF/UHF bands 144/430 at home
* WhatsApp {@RV3DHC}
* Telegram {@RV3DHC}
* Skype: {rv3dhc_echolink}
* {IRN} ({TeamSpeak}): 'RC3C - Tony', server {IRN.TS.IO}
* {QRZ.RU} forums
* DMR Network [DMR ID #2503041]: TG 2501 (Russian national), TG25011 (RC3C talk group), TG 250621 (Moscow talk group), TG92 (European talk group) (Static Groups) [NEW]
* SIP: [004037767 SIP :: CALL ME] [NEW]

If you are see me on HF, give me a report. SWL reports are welcome as always. For SWLs: If you need paper QSL, please, send yours by DIRECT or Bureau.

I am member of clubs:
1. New Moscow DX Club
2. {RY3AAL}™
3. {Soyuz Radiolyubitelej Rossii} (SRR)
4. {UF5D}™ Contest
5. {4U1A}™ ARCDXC
6. {EPC Digital Club}

I do QSL exchange via following routes:
1. Preffer BURO (National Russian SRR Buro)
2. Preffer DIRECT (Look up to post address)
3. Preffer {HAMLOG.RU} (Electronic QSL service)
4. eQSL (Electronic QSL service)
5. Clublog (Electronic QSL service)

50 MHz news:

I am interesting to get on to 6m band. This year I am monitoring 50MHz (6m band) for any propagation via WebSDR from home and from our contest position {UF5D}. It is nothing to say on that topic - When 6m will be assigned to HAMs in Russia? Once I can tell currently if the Russian Telecommunication Committee remove analogue TV broadcasting from 6m, then it will be assign to HAMs in Russia for experiments and operations. [TNX {KO1DX} for asking].

NEW !!! Update on January 2020 - Currently (I speaking about Moscow air) we have no analog TV broadcasting, 50MHz band is clear locally. Time-to-time I do hear some signals from stations on 50.313 MHz in FT8. Regading the allocation this band for radio amateurs in Russia is still in progress, that's information I got from our SRR (Soyuz Radiolyubitelej Rossii, Russian Amateur Radio Society) unit.

On 14.10.2019 Russia will complete the transition to digital terrestrial television, according to TASS. Analog broadcasting of Federal TV channels will be switched off in 21 regions of the country. More than 3 thousand of the 13 thousand analog transmitters operating in the Russian air will stop broadcasting of Federal TV channels as part of the latest wave of blackouts. Broadcasting will stop, in particular, in St. Petersburg and the Leningrad region, as well as Sevastopol and Crimea. The shutdown will affect Astrakhan and Volgograd, Orenburg and Saratov regions, Bashkiria and Tatarstan, in Siberia — Transbaikalia and the Altai Republic, and in the North Caucasus — Dagestan and Ingushetia. In addition, analog broadcasting of Federal channels will be discontinued in two regions of the Central Federal district-Kaluga and Kursk, four regions of the North-West-Vologda, Murmansk, Pskov regions and Karelia, as well as in the Chelyabinsk region. Switching means switching off the analog signal throughout the country.

According our Russian Telecomminucation Committee 15 May 2019 in most areas removed analogue TV broadcasting from 6m, and we are available to RX (receive) amateur radio signals on the band as well. So, this time we're wating for any agreement between Amateur Radio Society of Russia (SRR) and Russian Telecommunication Committee for transmitting our singals on 6m (50 MHz) in any mode.

This time we have activity from Crimea (R*7K, R*6K, U*7K, U*6K), it is LEGAL and may accepted to DXCC diploma. But any other (from other areas) activity from Russia on 50 MHz is ILLEGAL / NOT ALLOWED and it does NOT ACCEPTED to DXCC diploma.

According to our Russian Amateur Radio Unit (SRR) "{https://srr.ru/radiooperatoram/radiochastoty/}" introduction of the project "Accepting 50-54MHz in Russia" in the GKRCh service. Presentation preparation. Speech by the President of the SRR at meeting of the SCRF will take place in year 2021.

At this moment there are no news. Information above can be shared as well. [TNX {KO1DX}, {DF5VAE} for asking.]

I use eQSL.cc, ClubLog.org, LoTW, HAMLog.ru and HRDLog.net for my logging. In these days all my logs are stored in logger {LogHX3} (by {RX4HX}). For contesting I am using {5MContest Logbook} (by {RM5F}). My Online actual loogbook is now:

Interests are:
* Music: Heavy Metal - {Powerwolf}, Stratovarius, Helloween, Epica bands, Queen;
* Computers: IT, digi modes, Web design, {Video};
* Games: Wolfenstein (old, new), {Lineage 2} (main interest since year of 2006), {DOOM II}, Quake III ;
* Sports: spend time in gym with my friends.


See you on the air.

73! Anton (english: Tony) de RC3C.

Worked DXCCs:

Equipment

My shack has:
* {Yaesu FT-1000MP MARK-V Field} 100W HF transceiver
* {Yaesu FT-847} 100W HF/50/VHF/UHF transceiver
* {Yaesu VX-6R} (handy)
* {Wouxun KG-UVD1P} (handy)
* {TYT TH-9000}
* {Wouxun KG-UV8D} (handy)
* {ZASTONE ZT-D9000}
* {BAOFENG UV-5R} (handy)
* {TYT MD-UV380} (handy)
* {MMDVM hotspot} (DMR/D-STAR/P25/C4FM)
* {MICROHAM MicroKEYER II} (CAT/Digital Interface)
* {DIAMOND GSV-3000} (PWR supply)
* {UR5CDX CT-599} (CW key)
* {MFJ 993B} (Antenna tuner)
* Jumbo Pi-Star hotspot [DMR/P25/DSTAR/C4FM] modes

DX Code Of Conduct

dx code of conduct small logoI support the "DX Code Of Conduct" to help to work with each other and not each against the others on the bands.

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