Last October, I had to put down all antenna system from the balcony due to rain leak.
After one month without antenna I've put up a broadband non-radial vertical antenna.
But its performance was too poor to send decent signal to DX in this poor condition.
So, I'm frequently log on the CWCOM lately.
CWCOM is a free software that can simulate CW QSO via internet.
There is no thrill of HF propagation such as QSB, QRN, QRM but we can enjoy CW ragchew with stable condition.
I'm waiting at channel:1000 every night around 10PM local time  (13:00UTC) before bath time.
See you at CWCOM!


My RBN activity

My RBN activity result in 2015 shows,
I am mainly send CQ on 40m bands. That's it.
On higher bands I usually take search and pounce style, so the RBN activity doen't show real activity of the station.


"Quality over quantity"

My policy in hamradio is "Quality over quantity"
One conversational QSO makes me satisfy much more than hundreds' contest like QSOs.