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Contest and special event call: XR2V

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QSL only via N7RO with SAE and IRC or $2.00 US.

 

No bureau qsls please.They will not be answered.

 

Logs are uploaded to LoTW regularly.

 

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The above photo is of VE7SV in 1959.

Hallicrafters S-85 receiver and a homebrew 6AG7 xtal

controlled 5 watt output transmitter.

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Elecraft K3 and Acom 1000

 

 

SteppIR 3el yagi 21 floors above ground level (approximately 220 feet)

 

 

SteppIR 3el (4 el on 6m) mounted on my roof top

 

 

40 meter inverted V dipole

 

 

Looking toward JA from my 21st floor rooftop terrace.

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