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K0MPP– operator Maria

Thanks for looking me up on QRZ. Usually this means we have had a successful QSO or contact on the bands. Please note that I will confirm QSO’S by direct QSL, SASE only, at this time.

I was recently licensed in November of 2011, and issued the call of KD0PYZ, which I then changed to my current vanity callsign.


 

 

I had a great time at W0W Grid Expedition to EN48oc in Northeastern Minnestota.

see www.k0six.com/w0w/ for more information

 


My Dad is K0SIX, and my primary operating location will be at his QTH located in Big Lake, Minnesota, approximately 35 miles (50 kilometers) NW of the Minneapolis / St. Paul area.

HF – Elecraft K3 with Elecraft KPA500 Amplifier; Double Bazooka’s for 20, 40 and 80; H- Double Bay for 12 and 15 meters H -Double Bay and a I-Max 2000 for 10 meters.

VHF/UHF
50 MHZ – Elecraft K3 / Elecraft KPA500 Amplifier, Innov Antennas 7 element LFA WOS
144 MHZ – Elecraft K3 with K144XV Two meter transverter / 1452g Amplifier / Innov Antennas 15 element 144 LFA
222 MHZ – Elecraft K3 with XV222 Transverter / TE Systems 2210g Amplifier / Innov Antennas 17 element 222 LFA
432 MHZ – Elecraft K3 with XV432 Transverter / TE Systems 4410g Amplifier / Innov Antennas 28 element 432 LFA


50mhz thru 432mhz are all on a Tri Ex LM470 crankup tower with 24’mast


I hope to work you soon!
Maria

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