This is a video of a QSO with Serbian amateur radio station YU7AOP from the Zrenjanin Radio Club (operator Milan) using my PRC320, also known as "Kornjaca" in the former Yugoslavia because it looks like a turtle.
Zrenjanin (Serbian Cyrillic: Зрењанин, Hungarian: Nagybecskerek, German: Großbetschkerek, Romanian: Becicherecu Mare) is a city and municipality located in eastern part of Serbian province of Vojvodina. It is the administrative centre of the Central Banat District of Serbia.
Zrenjanin got its present name in 1946 in honour of the revolutionary hero Žarko Zrenjanin Uča (1902–1942). Žarko Zrenjanin was a leader of the Vojvodina Communists and wartime Partisans who during the World War II endured torture and months of incarceration by the Nazis, was released and later killed while trying to escape recapture.
Después de visionar el vídeo, ¿Quien se atreve a dudar que eres todo una maestro de la Radio?. Un alumno que ya ha superado a su maestro.ReplyDelete
Dale recuerdos de mi parte a Gran Siesta EA1AQ.
De superar al maestro nada de nada. Por ahora sólo estoy poniendo en práctica y asimilando algunas de sus enseñanzas...ReplyDelete