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South Korea on Six

Your chances of working South Korea on 6 meters may never be better than this summer. Operators at 6M6M, a special call sign, will mount a serious 6 meter effort from June 22 until July 31. Four separate stations will be on the air from locations in mainland South Korea and possibly from an IOTA. Each station will run 1 kW into quad and Yagi antennas. Activity will be on CW, SSB, FM, AM, RTTY, PSK and other digital modes. Operators will include HL1EJT, HL1LUA, HL1VXQ, HL2CFY, HL2UVH, HL2VA, HL3EYC, HL4CEL, HL4RBR, HL5BMX, DS1RRF, DS2NMJ, DS4EOI/2 and DS4AOW. QSL via HL2UVH. — The Daily DX ,from ARRL





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CQ6M4E,6m 4 Elements Cubical Quad Antenna


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“Monster Series”. It handles super high power rating, 10kW or more except 4:1 series.
FLI5011H “High Power Feed Line Isolator”
BAL5011H “High Power 1:1 Current Balun”
BAL5041H “High Power 4:1 Current Balun”
“Deluxe Series”. It is for general application, up to 5kW except 4:1 series.
FLI5011D “Feed Line Isolator”
BAL5011D “1:1 Current Balun”
BAL5011V “1:1 Voltage Balun”
BAL5041D “4:1 Current Balun”
“Junior Series”. Its power rating slightly exceed U.S. legal limit, 1.5kW or over.
BAL5011L “Legal Limit 1:1 Current Balun”
BAL5041L “Legal Limit 4:1 Current Balun”

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