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I was first licensed on Dec 20, 2010 (almost four years licensed) and was very active from a great QTH in San Diego where I had two towers and modest multi band HF yagis (at first a K4KIO hex beam, then 3 element steppir, and finally a combo of Mosley S33 and Pro 57B on two different towers).  

I went from this  -  


To this:

I moved due to career enhancement and now my station is not what it was or even close.  My station is no longer as awesome as it used to be but I am back on the air.

My new station in CM97 includes the following:

  • Kenwood TS590S

  • Homebrew 20m & 15m fan dipole at 20'

  • 6m M2 loop

  • I plan to build a 220' Horizontal loop for the remaining bands and just finished a 10m cobweb antenna that actually works and is made of bamboo sticks and wire. Too cool.

My mobile/portable mountain top station consists of the following:

  • Kenwood TS480HX
  • Tarheel screwdriver antenna
  • Turbo Tuner
  • Silver bullet antenna coil
  • Innovantenna 6m OP DES six element antenna for portable
  • and best of all, Traffie Hex-Pac portable hex beam for 20, 17, 15, 10 and 6m bands.

Current stats are 296 DXCC worked with 296 confirmed. VUCC from DM12lo at 295 grids worked and 170 confirmed and WAS basic with 46 states worked on 6m and 40 confirmed. My favorite band is 6m for DX and grid chasing. Now since I am so limited in terms of capabilities I may start portable operations for 6m in the future. Below is a picture of me and my son, Max, who is two years and one month old.




Max dreaming of his favorite band 6m!!



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