Episode 194 - Ryhor Greg Harbacheuski - W3NW
Dr. Ryhor “Greg” Harbacheuski, W3NW, began his ham radio story in Belarus, a republic of the former Soviet Union. After immigrating to the United States to pursue his career, Greg is a successful orthopedic surgeon by day, and he enjoys melting solder, refurbishing Soviet receivers, and kit building by night. W3NW tells his ham radio story in this QSO Today.
Email: r.harbacheuski (at) gmail.com
Former Soviet Union, Republic of Belarus
Amateur Radio in the Soviet Union: Entry level
license - 4 levels
Soviet Amateur Radio Class 4 license was allowed 160 meters 5 watts output
First Receiver: Soviet era single band direct conversion receiver with SSB
First Call sign: UC2OFJ
Perestroika - the opening of the Soviet Union to the West.
Full QSK - full CW breakin
Dual Gate Mosfet
Tektronix 465 100 Mhz Oscilloscope
Experimental Methods in RF Design by Wes Hayward and Rich Campbell
Chinese vector network analyzer
Mt. Charleston, Nevada
Valley of Fire State Park
40 meter delta loop antenna
The Flow State
Excited by: the endless possibilities for us
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