Welcome to JH3PRR Web site.  The station is located at the ridge of Mt. Rokko, Kobe, Japan since 2005.

6m 8 element Yagi x 2 (CL6DXZ x 2)                                                     Double-L for 160m using SpiderBeam 26m fiberglass pole (left)
MonstIR (40-30m 3 el, 20-12m 4 el Yagi) on M2 Orion 2800                     Double-L for 80m using SpiderBeam 18m fiberglass pole (right)
10m 5 element Yagi (CL10) on TIC Ringrotor 1022D

Skimmer Server

IC-7800 + TL-933 (1kW), FT-1000D (W8JI keyclick mod applied)

The house was built by the famous art collector as a summer house in 1958. Altitude is 800m at the north side of the ridge of Mt. Rokko.

GL PM74os, AJ A 270102, JCC 2701, WFF JAFF-024 Setonaikai National Park, IOTA A S-007, CQ Zone 25, ITU Zone 45

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Masahiro Kitagawa
4512 Kitarokko, Rokkosan-cho, Nada-ku, Kobe, Hyogo 657-0101 Japan

Recent update to JH3PRR Radio Blog

  • Four more needed on 160m for 9 band DXCC solely by LoTW LoTW DXCC status as of 13 March 2012 is as follows: 160m becomes 96. Four more are needed!I will do summertime DX efforts on 160m, seeking for Oceania, South ...
    Posted Mar 13, 2012, 7:01 AM by Masahiro Kitagawa
  • LoTW status as of 7 March 2012                        DXCC                                                                                       WAS
    Posted Mar 7, 2012, 6:33 AM by Masahiro Kitagawa
  • DM6LN operated JH3PRR DM6LN, Norman, operated JH3PRR on 6th March as a guest operator. After that we visited Rokko Garden Terrace and enjoyed the panoramic night view of Kobe and Osaka. He has ...
    Posted Mar 7, 2012, 6:15 AM by Masahiro Kitagawa
  • WAS a week after ARRL DX CW Here is my WAS status a week after ARRL DX CW. The increments are: 9 on 80m, 2 on 40m, 7 on 15m, 2 on 10m. Yes, I've completed ...
    Posted Feb 27, 2012, 3:38 AM by Masahiro Kitagawa
  • LoTW WAS just after ARRL DX CW Here is my LoTW WAS status as of TUE 21 Feb. 2012, just two days after ARRL International DX contest CW.There are good increase on 80m and 15m. However ...
    Posted Feb 21, 2012, 10:04 AM by Masahiro Kitagawa
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