Thursday, September 30, 2010


This picture was taken on vacation : 9A/S56ZZZ/P - Marina

Hello dear Lady's,

I'm Marina, S56ZZZ. And when time permits me, I usually working on 20M. Last time when I was on the air, it was from Island of PAG (IOTA : EU-170).
And now I'm waiting October when it's SYLRA Contest and one week latter CQWWSSB Contest.


Ann WA1S

Hello from sunny Georgia. The photo above is of me on Clipperton Atoll operating TX5C in 2008. Moved to Georgia from New Hampshire last year. I am on the air operating CW, SSB and RTTY with 100 watts and a Carolina Windom antenna. Hope to work you soon. Ann WA1S


Best regards from Galicia, NW Spain, and congratulate the creators of this new blog YL on the air. I am very active in digital modes (BPSK-31, 63, 125, RTTY, SSTV, Olivia, Hell ...), 
and on the WARC bands and 50MHz.
I hope that everything goes well at the beginning of this new work, my sincere congratulations ! and I listen to you in the air, or seen you in my waterfall ... 73&88 de Angeles.


Hi..YL's..I'am Yamini, VU2YAM and from National Institute of Amateur Radio (NIAR), India
I'am an active amateur radio operator on favorate frequencies are 14195 and 14200..
I'am in this hobby since last 6 years and ofcourse, i have achieved many things and learnt many many new technologies..
currently, we are setting up an advanced digital communication network in India with 10 RMS servers and 20 client locations covering all over India. I'am glad to inform that iam playing a key role being the Co-investigator.
You can have look on my web ofcourse, iam too lazy in updating it.hi
International Coordinator & Admin & Accounts Officer, NIAR

Wednesday, September 29, 2010


Hello YL Hams,

I am very active on radio. I am working on 14.200, 21.200 and 24.950khz.
May be some of them might have contacted me. I would like to meet everyone on HF radio.
Please look for me.

Bharathi VU2RBI
Chief Coordinator,
National Institute of Amateur Radio,
1284, sector 12, Type IV special QTRS,
R.K. Puram, New Delhi. 22


Nice, the Blog is living again!