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Thanks for looking me up.  First licensed as WB5WRK in 1976 and assigned AA5C when I passed the extra in 1978.  QTH is about 40 miles NE of Dallas.

HF CW/RTTY and VHF/UHF/microwave weak signal all bands through 24 GHz. QRT on  moonbounce for now.

DXCC Mixed Honor Roll (need P5), DXCC CW Honor Roll (need P5), DXCC RTTY, 9-Band DXCC, and VUCC all bands 6M-10 GHz.

Articles in QST, Microwave Update, and Central States VHF Society proceeding.

Front tower: 105 feet Rohn 45 to top with 12 feet mast above. TH11 at 105 feet, D3W at 110 feet, and 402BA at 115 feet. 80M inverted vee with apex at 80 feet. Tower shunt fed for 160M. Phillystran guys.

Rear tower: 90 feet Rohn 25 to top with 12 feet mast above. 6M boomer at 90 feet, 17-el 222 at 94 feet, 24-el 432 at 98 feet, and 18-el 2M at top of mast, 102  feet. Side mount rotor with 2 foot dish for 24 GHz (not shown) at 67 feet.

Microwave tower (not shown): 48 foot HDBX with 18 foot loop Yagi for 902, 12 foot loop Yagi for 1296, 30 inch dish for 2304/3456, and 2 foot dish for 5760/10368.


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