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UG4P

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Nick A.Maslov

423574 Nizhnekamsk
European Russia, TA

EU
european russia
MAIN CALL: R4PES
image of ug4p

Call data

Last update:2021-07-04 09:28:46
QTH:Nizhnekamsk
Continent:EU
Views:27
Main prefix:UA
Class:1
Federal state:TA
Latitude:55.635 N
Longitude:51.7982 E
Locator:LO55VP
DXCC Zone:54
ITU Zone:29
CQ Zone:16
Website:www.qrz.ru/db/ug4p

Most used bands

20m
(49%)
40m
(35%)
80m
(8%)
15m
(5%)
30m
(3%)

Most used modes

CW
(75%)
SSB
(18%)
MFSK
(6%)
FT8
(4%)
RTTY
(1%)

QSL dataUp to date!

Last update:2021-07-04 09:29:14
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:YES
Direct QSL:YES
LoTW QSL:YES

Biography

I have always been interested in radio, radio signals and how they travel etc and I have always been fascinated by with using just the simplest of communication devices one could talk with other people around the world. In my youth I would listen and transmit on 1,9 MHz radio but I slowly lost interest due to immature operators and worked more with shortwave listening and using various scanners for listening to local UHF/VHF frequencies as well as HF bands and found it vastly interesting.

I first got licensed back in 2009 as a Technician (UA4PRO). At some point kids and cell phones came about and Ham Radio went on the back burner. Recently the interest came back and I upgraded in 2019 to a General license and wanted a another call. Now my call R4PES.

I also work a lot with computers and enjoy the new technology that is continually being released with regards to amateur radio and always thrilled at seeing what's new for the future.

Worked DXCCs:

Equipment

I have recently been working on the shack and other equipment but have settled on Kenwood. Decided on a Kenwood TS-850V abt 100 wtts in the house as a base and a homemadecross needle meter. With all the the old homemadecross transceiver UW3DI-2 and UA1FA has been rather confusing but I did pick Kenwood TS-850.

On the roof you’ll find a Delta Vertical on 10-80m Band antenna.

transceiver Kenwood TS-850V
transceiver UW3DI-2
antenna Delta 80m Vertikal

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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