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Individual radio operators are the foundation of the amateur service. Whether veteran or novice, the vast majority are not only eager to become proficient in the operation of their own station, but are often willing to share their knowledge and experience with others. It is with under this premise that the sub-category of Radio Amateur Personal Pages exists. Visitors to this section will find links to sites containing a wealth of information on a variety of subjects related to the design and operation of amateur radio stations. There is also a healthy contribution of anecdotes to add bring levity and poignancy to the experience. Above all please consider this section not only a supplemental resource, but an interesting means of meeting other fellow hams that would not otherwise exist. If you have a favorite site or know of something which would be of use to other radio operators, please feel free to submit a link for consideration. The utility of this resource is limited only by its co
Argentina amateur Edwin Nicolás (ED) Koessler presents personal and station information, photos and links. [Spanish and English]
Mimma, I6YOT and Ubaldo, IW6MKI share their profiles with photos, and the history of radio. Pizzoli, Italy. [English and Italian]
Features homebrew projects, QSL gallery and contest results. Athens, Greece.
Otto Rubeksen, located in the Faroe Islands, provides a description of his station and awards, and a photo gallery.
Gary Hinson of Hastings, New Zealand provides ham shack photos and details, homebrew section, information on his antennas, and contesting and DXing.
Japanese operator presents station information, photos and links. Includes a page on low pass filters and common mode filters. [English and Japanese]
Russian amateur Vlad presents station and QSL information.
SV3EAO - SV3EAP
Grecian amateurs present station and QSL information, photos and local links. [Greek and English]
Andy Nechaevsky of Donetsk, Ukraine provides photos of equipment.
Tampico, Mexico amateur Carlos J. Guzman M. offers station photos and information, plus links.
Csaba Gajdos with links to his hometown in Transylvania, Romania, including pictures of his home.
Roger Gonzaga of Portugal with QRP information, his profession as a surgery professor and club affiliations.
Greece-based operator Petros Mitropoulos offers station and QSL information.
Alfons Undan from Keningau Sabah, Malaysia with FAQ, photographs, and links.
Czech amateur Vojtech Klusacek presents station information and photos.
A Portuguese amateur and his ham radio resource. Includes photographs and links.
Igor Tarnovsky, a Russian amateur describes his station, shares photos and links.
Norway amateur Oystein "Paul" Eikedalen presents station and QSL information, photos and links.
John Coppens provides information about antennas, propagation, chirping, balloons, and satellites. Located in Argentina.
Licensed in Nairobi, Kenya and in Georgia, United States, Andrew Ojwang shares station, project and QSL information, photos, and links.
Japanese amateur shares his equipment list and station information, and photos. [English and Japanese]
Mexican amateur David Perez-Loria shares his station information, SWL contacts, and regional links and photos. [English and Spanish]
Boytcho Hadshiyski shares his DX log and station photos. Bulgaria.
Features homemade equipment and antenna of Tommy Bay. Includes vintage radio information and digital photography with photos of the medieval castle of Spottrup. Holstebro, Denmark.
Barcelona amateur, John Aymerich Bergay, offers station photographs, history and logs. A resource page offers listings and external links for a variety of subjects. [English, Spanish and French].
Grecian amateur, Andreas Porevopoulos, shares information on his station, CW and QRP radio. Also includes photos, a virtual logbook and homebrew projects.
Zoltan Bordas provides information about his amateur radio activity, and other hobbies; includes contesting with PSK31. Baia Mare, Romania.
Enthusiast Demetre Koumanakos in Drosia, Greece, describes his club involvement, activities and base station equipment.
Features photographs of Tadeusz Koch in Poland.
Pedro Namora of Torres Vedras, Portugal presents photos of his antennas and equipment.
Personal webpage of Ivan Palcic, dedicated to the world of ham radio. Includes biography, news and events from Zagreb Radio Club as well as a photo gallery. Novalja, Pag Island, Croatia.
Richard Prinz talks about several of his equipment development and favorite amateur projects. Austria.
Description of his radio equipment and links. Basel, Switzerland. [English and some German]
Swedish amateur presents station and personal information and photos.
Amateur radio in Guadeloupe Island. Log, history of Guadeloupe, and pictures.
Henry Barreda of San Juan, Puerto Rico provides logbook, and slideshows of the ham shack, antennas, and tower installation.
Information about the station of Martin Reiter. In addition to shack specs, there is content covering APRS, packet, pirate radio, geocaching and SOTA. Micheldorf, Austria.
Nick Quintas of Talca City, Republic of Chile, with QSL information, links and a map.
Blog by Sunil Thomas Thonikuzhiyil of Kanjirampara. Trinvandrum, India features homebrew tuner, SDR and hamshack photos as well as profile.
Victor Potebnia presents links to logbook, statistics and contact information. [English-Russian] Nizhyn, Ukraine.
Janne Pulkkinenshares information about his shack and homebrew projects. Turku, Finland.
Cliff Sacalis from Greece provides ham shack photos, and photos of events and DXpeditions.
Theo Graber has posted information about BPSK and SSTV and technical information for some projects. Hong Kong.
Zdeněk, a Czech amateur, presents station and QSL information, propagation data, links and photos.