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I was first licensed as WN8SGH November 7, 1965. I allowed my novice to expire then obtained my General class on June 23, 1967 with the call WA8YEE which I held many years. I earned my Advanced Class on 10/12/1973. I passed the extra exam in August 1978 and was issued the call AD8P. My favorite things are dxing, rag chewing and low band contesting. 160 is by far my favorite band and I operate almost exclusively on CW. I am a member of FOC, A1-OP, CW-Ops, and a life member of ARRL. I respond to all QSL requests. Direct cards are sent back by direct mail. Bureau cards are responded to immediately by using GlobalQsl. I really like their service.

This is my new system. On June 29, 2012 the old system was destroyed in a wind storm. The top antenna is a Force 12 230/240 at 85' The next antenna is a small yagi for 144 mhz. The bottom antenna is a Tennadyne T8. All antennas turned by a M2 Orion 2800 rotor.


A picture looking up thru the antennas at our radio club W8FT.

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