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Joe ~ AJ8MH Radio from the south shore of Michigan's Lake Superior
Marquette, Michigan (MI) ~ Grid EN66 ~ Marquette County
United States of America (USA)

ARRL DXCC ~ Separate awards for Mixed, CW, Phone, 40, 30, 20, 17, 15, 12 and 10 meters
ARRL DXCC ~ Qualified for initial Challenge Award with over 1000 Band Points
ARRL WAS ~ CW, Phone, and Triple Play
CQ WAZ #9036

My autobiography can be found at: "Today - AJ8MH in Marquette."

Logbook files for AJ8MH are uploaded at least weekly to LoTW, eQSL, QRZ and ClubLog.

It's still great to receive a card in the mail after all these years operating, so send direct to the address above. DX stations can also confirm through the bureau. I do respond 100%, so if you don't receive my card, please drop me an e-mail. My card was designed by me and is a reminder of our growing wolf population in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.

Thanks for the contact, and I hope to work you again from my home location or our summer cabin on Pike Lake, about 20 miles south of the city near Gwinn.

Joe, AJ8MH
ex: WN8AQL, WB5FCO, and WJ5MH

Home Station in Marquette County (EN66):
Yaesu FT-950 or FT-847 and Elecraft KPA500 (500 watts)
Mosley 4 el TA-33-M WARC for 20/17/15/12/10 and 6 Meters
Homebrew Sloping Inverted-L for 160 with a Trap for 40 Meters
Homebrew Standard Inverted-L for 80, 75 and 30 Meters

Cabin Station in Marquette County (EN66):
Yaesu FT-757GX (100 watts)
Homebrew 102 FT Inverted-V Doublet

Please visit the following sites.

The Radio Room of AJ8MH
A complete and current site map for "The Radio Room" by Joe Hutchens.

Today - AJ8MH in Marquette
This site includes pictures of the radio room in Marquette, a short
autobiography, and spreadsheets of WAS and DXCC totals.

Current Photographs
A close and detailed look at the operating positions of AJ8MH.
(Yaesu, Hallicrafters, Heathkit, etc.)

Operations from the Cabin Ham Shack
Photographs of the cabin and the AJ8MH "camp" radio room near Gwinn
in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan with limited information about the
Navy's abandon Project ELF and our underground alien spaceport.

From Marquette in Michigan's Upper Peninsula
An introduction to Marquette with several interesting links to the area including
television, newspaper, weather, mining, ship traffic and local photography.

What is Amateur Radio
An introduction to Amateur Radio, the greatest hobby in the World. Includes
links to the American Radio Relay League and local club Internet sites.


AJ8MH ~ I upload my contacts to 4 different organizations and have found that my DX totals are different on each.  The points of confusion seem to be current and deleted entity lists, and the three different call-signs I've used over the years, with the biggest issue being the lack of entity call-signs recorded and associated with my original 155 Mixed DXCC confirmations awarded by the ARRL many years ago.  I won't be submitting those again, so I'll just depend on my own spreadsheet, my book of QSL cards and LoTW.

AJ8MH ~ DXCC Tracking Excel Workbook Download
web design by AJ8MH

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