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SQ4MIK

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activity index: 2 of 5

Piotr Krupski

82-300 Elbląg
Poland

EU
poland
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Call data

Previous call:SP4001SWL
Last update:2022-08-10 19:08:58
QTH:Elbląg
Continent:EU
Views:629
Main prefix:SP
Class:1
Latitude:54.1875000
Longitude:19.4583333
Locator:JO94RE
DXCC Zone:269
ITU Zone:28
CQ Zone:15

Most used bands

20m
(28%)
40m
(14%)
80m
(12%)
30m
(11%)
17m
(7%)

Most used modes

FT8
(61%)
MFSK
(14%)
FT4
(13%)
SSB
(4%)
FM
(3%)

QSL data

Last update:2021-10-12 11:54:28
Polish OT:16
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:YES
Direct QSL:YES
LoTW QSL:YES
QSL Request URL:clublog.org/logsearch/sq4…

Biography

Hello!
My name is Piotr. I live in Elbląg, Poland. Thank you very much for visiting my page. I invite you to read my story.

There were three amateur radio operators in my family: Franek SP4HEO (SK), Zygmunt SP2HMJ (SK), Stanisław SP2MEH (QRT) and one radiotelegraph operator Tenia (QRT, XYL - SP4HEO).


Radio was an inseparable companion of my life. In my childhood I listened to the sounds coming from my parents' radio receivers. I often fell asleep with a small radio under my pillow.

In 2012, I started listening to broadcasting stations on long, medium and short waves. I have many beautiful QSL cards. Between December 2018 and April 2019 I managed to listen to amateur radio stations under the callsign SP4001SWL. In 2019 I passed the exam and received the SQ4MIK call. The suffix comes from the name of my beloved cat Mik (Mikuś in Polish). She appeared on my QSL card.

I'm a member:

Polish Amateur Radio Union | SP2PHA Radio Club | Polish Radiovideography Club | SP Emergency Communications | The European Phase Shift Keying Club #29415 | FT8 Digital Mode Club #09885 | European ROS Club #05104 | Croatian Digital Group #02803 | Natal Digital Group #04378 | 30 Meter Digital Group #10817 | Russian Digital Radio Club #1267 | Feld Hell Club #6465 | TADMC Digital Mode Club #00592 | Belgium Club SSTV #00982 | A1 Club #3762 | QO-100 Dx Club #370 | Activity Group of Belarus (AGB) #01902

QSL:

I use paper QSL - via bureau (several times a year) or direct. I also upload my QSOs to eQSL.cc (daily) and LOTW, QRZ.com, HRDLOG.net, Hamlog, CLUBLOG (several times a month).

SWLs are welcome, also for QRSS and WSPR modes.

Worked DXCCs:

Equipment

Transceivers: Kenwood TS-480SAT | Kenwood TM-D710E | Kenwood TS-700S | Baofeng DM-1702 | Baofeng UV-5R | Baofeng BF-T1 | S-Pixie CW QRP Transceiver | 481 THz Finningley Nanowave Transceiver Mk II

Amplifiers: HF Amplifier 1xTube GI-70BT made by SQ3DWF (300-500 W) | VHF Booster: Alan B42 (40-50 W)

Transverter: TRV QO-100 for TRX made by SP3OSJ

Transmitter: VHF AM/CW tube transmitter made by SP2MEH

Antennas: HF: Long-wire 41.5 m | VHF/UHF: Diamond X-200N | SAT: Famaval TRX 110 cm

Accessories: CW Paddle: uniHAM UNI-730A | CW Straight Key: for RBM-1 | Power SWR Meter: INRADIO IN-20 | Digi Mode Interface: SP3CHT musb1017 | Microphone: Kenwood MC-50 | Power Supply: PS30SWII | NanoVNA Vector Network Analyzer | Hotspot: MMDVM JumboSpot | Computer: Raspberry Pi 4B

  

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