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Thanks for taking a look! I was licensed in 1958 at the age of 13 as KN3IYK from Tilghman, MD. I upgraded to General at age 14 and have been active ever since. I am active mostly on CW, RTTY, and SSB 160 meters through 70 centimeters. I do quite a bit of 6 and 2 meter SSB operation with a VHF/UHF log periodic. I like to chase DX, but with the limitations of just an Cushcraft R7 vertical or a 67 foot end-fed wire (9:1 balun) for antennas on HF, it's quite challenging! I also enjoy contesting on a part-time basis. Rigs are a pair of Kenwood TS-2000s on HF/VHF/UHF, an Ameritron ALS 600 amp, a Kenwood TM-261 and a TM-621A. A Rigblaster Pro rounds out the gear. I use LOTW for QSLs. All the best to you and yours! 73!

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