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Antennas are M2 for two meters SSB and FM. SSB is at 104 feet and the FM yagi is at 100 feet. The HF beam is a Mosley Pro 67 B-3 at 91 feet.It covers 40 through 10 meters with 2 elements on 40 meters.The side mounted vertical is a Hustler G-7 for two meters. Currently I have a half wave dipole for 75 and 160 meters at about 88 feet. The tower is 90 feet tall and is Rohn 45.

I'm running the Kenwood TS-590 for HF with an Ameritron AL-1500 amplifier. On VHF I'm using a Kenwood TS-B2000 and a 400 watt amplifier from TE Systems.For the rotator I'm using a Yeasu G-2800DXA.

My wife and sons are all hams as well. Lori is KI4TZK, Jay is KI4WPB and Matthew is KJ4WAW.They aren't very active but me and Lori talk locally on 2 meters. Hornbeak is located about 110 miles North of Memphis and is in the Northwest corner of the State near the Missouri, Kentucky borders. It is in Obion County.

I enjoy DX and you can catch me some afternoons on 40 meters at 7.183 mhz.and some nights on 75 meters at 3.835 mhz. with the Longwire Group.

Thanks for visiting, 73's de Jim

 

 

 

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