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YU1RH

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Rade Brankovic

12240 KUCEVO
Serbia

EU
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Call data

Last update:2015-05-06 08:45:02
QTH:KUCEVO
Continent:EU
Views:326
Main prefix:YU
Class:1
Latitude:44.4375000
Longitude:21.7083333
Locator:KN04UK
DXCC Zone:296
ITU Zone:28
CQ Zone:15

QSL data

Last update:2016-06-24 12:39:48
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:YES
Direct QSL:YES
LoTW QSL:YES
Extra QSL Info:REC / SEND QSL - 100% ok

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All too often when we hear QRP mentioned in a publication or perhaps on a web site the impression is given that QRP is an oddity in ham radio. Anyone not familiar with QRP reads that and thinks - "Wow, conditions must have been fabulous at that particular time for him to do that." - or perhaps - "He must have a huge antenna system and live on a hilltop."
With my on-the-air activities publicized on this web site, I want to dispel those false impressions. QRP is something that can be used day in and day out with great success with or without 'fabulous' conditions and/or a 'huge' antenna system, especially when one is using the most efficient of all ham radio modes, CW,JT65,SSB,PSK31,RTTY,SSTV........
So you see with a little determination, you can do a lot with QRP and simple wire antennas. If you've never tried it, crank your power down to 5 watts or less and go for it - you will surely enjoy i........

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