Started in 1995 with training in electronics and telecommunications, one year later I received my callsigns as amateur radio (YO7-021/VL) receiving only. The same year I passed the exam and become authorized to transmit using the callsign YO7GTM (EU novice / RO IV & III class). The coming years went through the different examination sessions and get authorized with the class I (HAREC / CEPT). Traveling around the world I held temporary callsigns: OD5, OE, CN2GMT.
1999, Cozia Mountains, Valcea county, Romania: YO7GTM / P - Adrian
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2007, Odense, Fyn, Denmark: OZ7GTM - Adrian
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2019, Merzouga, Morocco: CN2GMT - Adrian
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