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HA2AL

Laszlo J. Bagoly

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Through these pages I would like to show myself and a little bit Hungary.

My philosophy

In health body health emotion.
The skills give me opportunities.
Music gives me soul.

About me


Its me in nowdays
I’m Laszlo J. Bagoly. I was born at the north-east side of Hungary.
In my early age we had moved to the west part of our Country.
I was child in a little village here. I started studying radioamateurs In the primary school. I started the communications on the HA2YRB, HA2KRJ and on the HA2KSG stations at that time.
Besides the secondary school I improved my radioamateur knowledge.
I finished my studying in Budapest. I had been an electrical engineer.
After this I worked and worked, without any accomplishments for a long time. Later for the greater possibilities I retrained myself. Now I’m an auditor as well.
I communicate with my amateur friends In my rest time. I made plenty contacts in the last years. My favorite communication mode is CW, digital modes, like PSK31, RTTY, JT65, SSTV, and the phone communication. Quite the full scale of the possibilities.
My life was glories when I made PLC softwares, and with the freely mountage technik construction machines we flyed hand over for the last adjustings to the different countries.
My other hobby is listening music. From my childhood I am listening Rick Wakeman’s, Billy Cobham’s, Mozart’s, Vangelis’s and Apocalyptica’s musics.
My life glories at the amateur years.
I’m ready to take contacts with everyone, especially with amateurs.

Amateur


Considerate:
Never knowingly operates in such a way as to lessen the pleasure of others.

Loyal:
Offers loyalty, encouragement and other amateurs, local clubs, and the American Radio Relay League, though which Amateur Radio in the US is represented nationally and internatonally.

Progressive:
With knowledge abreast of science, a well-built and efficient station and operating above reproach.

Friendly:
Slow and patient operating when requested; friendly advise and counsel to the beginner, kindly assistance, cooperation and consideration for interests of others. There are the hallmarks of the amateur spirit.

Balanced:
Radio is an avocation, never interfering with duties owed to family, job, school or community.

Patriotic:
Station and skill always ready for service to country and community.


The original Amateur’s Code was written by Paul M. Segal W9EEA, in 1928.
Refer: KC7NYR, Mark E. Pierce’s website.

Radio


Hardware

Kenwood TS 2000X transceiver
- I have and I am working with Kenwood TS 2000X transceiver.
- I already buyed an amplifier from HA8UG Named Pal Toth.
It’s type UG:HF-100/1500. Frequency range: 1,8-54MHz, max. power output 1.500W, Tube: GS35B. It’s a little heavy. Weight:48Kg. I can offer to everyone this equipment and the HA8UG’s products
- I decided and buyed the SB 2000 interface modul from the CG Antenna co. It isolated the main equipment perfectly.
- Now I am working with a CP5HS diamond GP antenna. I don’t know to tell nothing wrong about this antenna.
- I use MFJ-269 HF/VHF/UHF SWR analyzer for tuning the antenna. It’s an useful equipment.


Software

- I use a wide range of softwares.
- My computer operation system is the Microsoft Win 7 Home premium. I am satisfied wtih this software.
- I had already worked with the Mixway at the start of the digital communications. It is an easy software for the digital modes.
- My best professional software is the HRD.
I use it like a logbook and like a the digital communication software named DM780
- My contester software is named N1MM logger.

Contact


If You have any questions, suggestions or comments please do’nt hesitate to take contact with me at:
ha2al.bagolylaszlo@gmail.com

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