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1) How did you get involved in Ham-radio and how many years are being a ham now?

 Throug my uncle LX1AJ who is licensed more than 50 years and also through Jamboree on the Air.

 

2) What attracted you the most in being a Ham-radio operator?

Contacting all this people all over the world.

 

3) What is your favorite mode and/or band?

I like to operate SSB,  40M and 15M.


4) What equipment do you use?

http://www.lx2a.com/?page=lx7i_station


5) Do you hold DXCC and what is the score?

I have the DXCC and 318 DXCCs confirmed on SSB.

 

6) What has been your most memorable story related to Ham-radio so far?

No special storry always find back friends on the radio is a pleasure.

 

7) Do you think CW had it's best time since you don't need it anymore to get a license (in many countries)?

I think CW is still very important especially on low bands. I will also start to improve my CW skills the next years.

 

8) How would you explain our hobby to someone not familiar with Ham-radio?

It is a passion and you get friends all over the world.


9) Do you have other hobby's besides Ham-radio?

Scouting.


10) Any final words to the people reading the interviews?

CU in on the bands and work us in the Contest, it will be a pleasure for me.


CU on the bands

PHilippe LX2A / LX7I / LX9DX