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Thanks for the contact!

Working conditions here at home are up to 800 W from an Elecraft K3 with an Ameritron 811H amp to a Cushcraft MA5B. The beam is 15' above a 30' balcony on our very steep hillside, which make propagation off the beam tricky in some directions, especially to the west.

Please QSL by LotW and/or direct. I like cards!! I'll respond in kind, 100%.

My personal web page is here: http://chem.usc.edu/faculty/Williams.html

Also, check out the Troop 5 Radio Club, KT5BSA

 

Technical note on the Bravo 7KR Antenna: I've really enjoyed my N6BT Bravo antenna for portable operation. I find the manual tuning instructions to be unhelpful, so I decided to publish my Manual Tuning Chart for the Bravo 7KR.

 

Sint Maarten DXpedition (July 5-9 2013): Kjerstin (PJ7/AF6KJ) and I (PJ7/AF6WU) were in Dutch Sint Maarten, NA-105, this July (2592 contacts). QSL via AF6WU. All eQSLs and LotWs are in the system(s). PLEASE report missing QSOs. For direct QSLs, US stations send 1 US stamp, $0.33 does it. DX stations send $1 USD or 1 IRC. Don't send me a standard envelope, the card is large, 4" x 5.25", and it won't fit.

Saint Martin DXpedition (July 10-14 2013): Kjerstin (FS/AF6KJ) and I (FS/AF6WU) were in French Saint Martin, NA-105, this July (1020 contacts). QSL via AF6WU. All eQSLs and LotWs are in the system(s). PLEASE report missing QSOs. For direct QSLs, US stations send 1 US stamp, $0.33 does it. DX stations send $1 USD or 1 IRC. Don't send me a standard envelope, the card is large, 4" x 5.25", and it won't fit.

 

Belize Caye Caulker DXpedition (Aug 2012): We operated as V31WU and V31DV in Belize, NA-073 (804 contacts). Thanks for the calls! As of now, I have all QSL requests filled. Let me know if you didn't get yours.

Sint Maarten DXpedition (Aug 2011): All LotW logs and eQSLs (661 contacts) for both PJ7/AF6WU and PJ7/KJ0DVA are in the system(s). The direct cards are up to date. I have retrieved cards from the W6 bureau (Jan 2013) and have replied to them all. Working conditions in Sint Maarten were 100 W / G5RV on a railing at ~ 30 ft.

DXpeditioning is only fun because of contacts and QSLs from DXers like you. THANK YOU.

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