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Hello Hams,

I am located 3 miles South of the NH. border at 1,300ft. above sea

level and 300ft. above average height. (Some what of a HAM picked location)

We operate the ARRL 10M and New England QSO party contests yearly as Multi-single HP.

I greatly enjoy working 10M European pile ups on Saturday and Sunday mornings. I can often be found on 28.405+/-.

I am also active on CW most common working SKCC operators. My SKCC # 11061T

I own and maintain (2) 220Mhz repeater: 224.44 Winchendon,

MA and 224.76 85.4hz pl Leominster, MA. I usually monitor

these repeaters and 145.41 Harvard, MA during the morning and evening travel hours.

My HF station includes the following equipment:

  • ICOM IC-775DSP (Primary Transceiver)
  • ICOM IC-7000 (Secondary Transceiver)
  • KENWOOD TS-520S (Nostalgia Transceiver)
  • ICOM SM-20 Desk Microphone
  • ICOM SM-6 Desk Microphone
  • Kent KT-1 (Germany precision straight key)
  • J-38 (WWII stainless steel mounted on a polished copper base plate)
  • Bencher BY-2 paddle
  • KENWOOD MC-50
  • ICOM SP-20 External filtered speaker
  • ALPHA 99 Legal Limit + AMP with a pair of 4CX800A tubes
  • ALPHA 8410 Directional analog & digital wattmeter
  • MOSLEY TA-34xl 4 Element tri-bander on a 21' boom. At 90' on the tower.
  • Wilson M510A5 Element Mono-bander on a 26' boom. At 45' on the tower.
  • 4 over 5 antenna stack configuration on 10M feeding both antennas above.
  • Home Brew wire dipole on 40 meters at 50'.
  • Home Brew wire dipole on 80 meters at 50'.
  • MFJ-432 Voice Keyer
  • Antenna Analyzer Rigexpert AA-230PRO

My E-mail address is: AA1JD@arrl.net

I only QSL direct with supplied SASE.

I do confirm qso's per QRZ logbook.

My Station

 

ICOM IC-775DSP

 

ICOM IC-7000

 

KENWOOD TS-520S

 

ALPHA 99

 

My ALPHA 99 doing its thing feeding the stack on 10M. [AKA. Shack heater]

 

 

ALPHA 8410 Watt/SWR Meter

 

Kent KT-1 (Germany machined precision straight key)

 

J-38 (WWII Stainless Steel key mounted on a polished copper base plate)

 

Bencher BY-2 (Paddle)

 

Tower Picture from 2008' Ice Storm [ 4 over 5 stack on 10M]

4 Element at 90 ft. & 5 element at 45 ft.

 

 

My Tower: 90 feet of Rohn 45 with torque arms top and bottom.

 

 

Looking up through the stack

 

 

Tower Picture from 2008' Ice Storm

 

Google earth view of my QTH

 

My other toy. Self built Factory Five Racing Replica of 1965 Shelby Cobra.

 

 

My Wife AnnMarie and I at Lake George Cobra summer run 10'.

 

Check out the QSO with IT9BZG running QRP in Sicily 6923Km on 10M below:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L8G6ag4AUf4

Check out the nice pile up video posted by James 2E0BMI near London on 10/20/2012

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IHcLHQNz1H8&feature=youtu.be

73's

Matt [AA1JD],

Rev: AA1JD - Thu Aug 20 9:26:48 1998

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