as of November 28th, 2020
Data of Location:
Hakusan, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, Japan, 1120001
Grid Square Locater: PM95UR
CQ Zone: 25
JCC: 100 105
Latitude 35.717306 (35° 43′ 2” N)
Longitude 139.744623 (139° 44′ 40” E)
Licenses of Radio Amateur of Japan:
The Fourth Grade: Granted in July, 1996
The Third Grade: Granted in July, 2020
The Second Grade: Learning now
The First Grade: Not yet
Opening Date of the Station
July 2nd, 2020
Dipole antennas including lateral bent dipole
Yagi antennas invented by Dr.Hidetsugu Yagi and Dr.Shintaro Uda
The other Japanese compact antennas
Skywave propagation including Near Vertical Incidence Skywave propagation(NVIS) technology
Solar cycle and ionosphere
Analog phone QSOs
DX FM radio, DX AM radio and AIR bands receiving
Meteorology particularly typhoons and forecasting
Virology, immunology, epidemiology and human nutrition
Science, engineering, technologies, designs and philosophies particularly from Japan
Three ways including a classical snail 6-month paper post card via the bureau, Internet web based supersonic e-card via eSQL.cc and no exchange of cards too.
Ministry of Internal Affaires and Communications of Japan: Yes
Turbo HAMLOG: Yes
Bands appearing now.
7MHz 7,000 to 7,200 MHz
7,050 to 7,200 MHz for SSB phone
Antenna: a dipole antenna, COMET’s CWA-7H, 20 meters above the ground using horizontal fixed directional radio wave propagation.
Balun: COMET’S CBL-2500
Antenna mast: telescopic aluminum masts, COMET’s CP-80L x 1 piece, COMET’s CP-45 x 2 pieces and SUNSHUN’s SCCF-8000 x 1 piece
Tower: NAGARA’s NRT-200HD
430MHz 430 to 440 MHz
431.4 to 431.9MHz for FM phone
432.1 to 434.0MHz for FM phone
Antenna-1: a ground plane antenna, DIAMOND’s X-50, 13 meters above the ground using vertical radio wave propagation.
Antenna-2:a ground plane antenna, DIAMOND’s X-50, 20 meters above the ground using vertical radio wave propagation.
Antenna-3: a Yagi antenna, RADIX’s RY-430M6 with six elements x 1 piece, 12 meters above the ground using vertical fixed directional radio wave propagation.
Antenna-4: a biconical antenna, COMET’s CBC-70, 15 meters above the ground using vertical wave propagation
A desktop one, 144 & 430MHz
A handheld one, 144 & 430MHz
A desktop one, 100KHz to 1,300MHz
A handheld one, 100KHz to 1,300MHz
GAKKEN’s Vacum Tube Radio Version 2
A desktop one, 531KHz – 1,602KHz
A desktop one, Output DC 5-15V variable, Maximum 30A
A portable one, DC 12V, Maximum 10A
The other antennas:
A Yagi antenna, RADIX’s RY-144M3/II with three elements x 1 piece, for 114MHz, 12 meters above the ground using vertical fixed directional radio wave propagation.
A super disk-cone antenna, DIAMOND’S D-130 mainly for receiving.
An FM Yagi antenna, MASPRO’s FM2A with two elements x 1 piece, 12 meters above the ground for horizontal fixed directional FM radio waves.
A four-loop antenna GH-4 for 430MHz band designed by Tomohiko Kinebuchi (JA1NUW)
The other items and facilities:
Roof towers: NAGARA’s NRT-200 and NRT-150
Cables: FUJIKURA’s 8D-SFA-LITE, 5D-SFA-LITE, etc.
Cable Selectors: DIAMOND’s CX310A x 2 pieces
Antenna Standing Wave / Network Analyzer: COMET’s CAA-500 Mark II
Antenna Stay: GLASS FIBER KOKEN’s DEBEGLASS WIRE 4mm diameter デベグラスワイヤー