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VK4AFU

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Daniel

Nerang
Australia

OC
australia
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Call data

Last update:2017-11-12 14:10:58
Continent:OC
Views:947
Main prefix:VK
Latitude:-28.0025490
Longitude:153.3172800
Locator:QG61PX
DXCC Zone:150
ITU Zone:55
CQ Zone:30

Most used bands

40m
(32%)
10m
(28%)
20m
(17%)
30m
(7%)
12m
(6%)

Most used modes

JT65
(38%)
CW
(25%)
SSB
(18%)
FT8
(12%)
RTTY
(5%)

QSL data

Last update:2017-12-01 09:56:04
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:no
Direct QSL:no
LoTW QSL:YES

Biography

Ham since 1986.
Interested : Low Bands,favorite is 40M.
Use digital modes(wspr,jt65,JT9,RTTY)
Like CW & SSB. JT65, JT9 and FT8 mode are quiet interesting.
I'm, mostly on FT8 taking any calls.

Do most of the CQWW contest for fun.
CW only in contest or expedition(YJ0AFU) that means that i had few months without CW
so have to get the dots back in order...

WSJT-X for JT65-JT9-FT8
PSK EXPRESS for RTTY linked to N3FJP LOGS
Dimension4 PC time synchronisation



Worked DXCCs:

Equipment

TX: FT-857
AL 811H(STBY)
TimeWave ANC-4
MFJ 962D ATU
Kenwood AT200 ATU

ANT:
:G5RV 80 to 10m @ 9m
:2 elmts HB9CV tunable 15m to 10m @ 6m
:use the HB9CV as an rx antenna on 40m and it seems working very well,
having 2 coaxial cables as feeder allows you to tune the antenna for better
reception.

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VK4AFU / Home made HB9CV tunable from 15M to 10M with gain
  

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