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90 %  Contesting
5 %    DXing and Rag Chewing
5 %    Local Repeaters (444.1 FM)


I was first licensed in 1961 as KN9DHN in Munster , Indiana.
I spend 3 years in MA in the early 70s as W1GBG.  Moved to Minnesota in 1974
and became W0PFV.  In 1976, I was able to get K0AD callsign which I have held
ever since.


Minnesota Wireless Association (Past President)
Twin City DX Association
Twin City FM Club
CW Ops (Member #     )
A1 Operator Club
ARRL Contest Advisory Committee Chairman
Former Editor – National Contest Journal


ICOM 7600
Force 12 C4SXL 4 Band Yagi at 50 feet (with INRAD TriPlexer)
80 Meter Inverted V
160 Meter Inverted L
SO2R setup includes Top Ten DX Doubler, WX0B Band Decoders with  Six Pack Antenna Switch


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