A Fully Authorized One-Kilowatt Amateur Radio Station
Saku-city, Nagano-prefecture, JAPAN
I really love rag-chewing with fellow hams overseas
in the hope of promoting friendship with them.
My station currently consists of those below:
Rigs on front-line duty
modified with INRAD roofing filter
(1KW output version)
FT-1000MP MK-V (witn INRAD noise reduction mod)
FT-920 (witn INRAD CW filter)
As for FT-100D, actually I have three of them!
These little guys are still going strong with its innate super-keen RX ability.
In some cases they prove more adept in digging out weak signals
than the other rigs I own.
Two of them are now equipped with:
optional XF-117CN 300Hz filter, TCXO-8, & FTS-27 tone squelch unit.
Aichi Tower's "ATK-23" (a 75-foot-tall quadrangular crank-up tower)
Antenna for 80M, 40M, 20M, 15M and 10M
Creative Design's "330V" a V-shaped 5-band Dipole
(defenitely NOT a V-shaped dummy load. It really is a go-getter!)
The antennas I used to use
Antenna for 40M
Saga's "ZA-7RH" Zepp-like contracted wire antenna (only 10 meters long!!!)
Antenna for 20M and 15M
Creative Design's "214F" 5-element duo-bander
Antenna for 30M, 17M and 12M
Minimulti Antenna's "RN3DX" Rotary Dipole (about 11 meters long)
| Sorry, I no longer exchange QSL cards.
If you do need mine, please email me for street address.