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Hello I was WN6CMX in 1969, WA6CMX 70-78 in San Pedro CA then N6BK 79-98 in Yucca Valley CA and am now retired and living in Northern Thailand.

HS0ZIA is located in the middle of large rice paddy fields about 20 km East of Chiang Mai and is planned to be a contest station for the various low power/single transmitter radiosport classes.

Our current antennas are on a 26" rotating tower -

View from top - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z1SgzST2jP8

Rotating - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r5jwZOkUBHU

10/15m bands - 2X Optibeam 1510 stacked @ 15 and 30m

20/40m bands - 2X Optibeam 4020 stacked @ 22.5 and 45m

80m band - Optibeam 3 el yagi CW band only @ 60m

160m band - Under construction - 100' top loaded vertical, 8 el RX array

Another 21m tower is planned for S&P and WARC band yagis, along with a low band receiving array - not to mention a real hamshack!

We just went QRV as of June 1 2012 from the workshop. I have been essentially inactive for the last 15 years so please be patient as I regain my CW skills, get to know all the new call signs, technology etc! 73 and special thanks to HS5NG and ZL1DD.

QSL info - All confirmations via LOTW please.

 

 

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