LoTW, ClubLog, QRZ logbook and eQSL updated 02-SEPT-2016.
I enjoy collecting paper QSL's. If you would like a QSO confirmed, please send me your QSL card.
You can verify that you are in my log and request a QSL card via the Club Log OQRS form below.
QSL's cards were sent via ARRL Outgoing Bureau:
23 SEP 2016
Several thousand contacts pre-1991 are not yet in my electronic log. I have been uploading them to LOTW as they are entered into my logging program.
Note: IRC'S are no longer accepted in exchange for postage by the US Post Office.
About the main image: Photo was taken in 08/1997 by a local ham who is also a pilot. He was looking for a place to hunt, and spotted my tower.
- Designing and building antennas
- 10m: 5ele yagi @ 110', vertical dipole side mounted on tower @ 75'
- 15m: 6ele KLM monobander @ 100'
- 20m: Single element @ 70' (originally part of 6ele KLM monobander that succumbed to ice and wind).
- 40m: Delta loop, apex @ 60'
- 80m: 4-square array. Rohn 25 towers, insulated at 15' AGL w/8 elevated radials over the ground screen for the 160m vertical.
- 160m: 1/8 wavelength vertical w/capacitive top loading (T-antenna), 32 radials. Antenna is suspended between two of the 80m 4-square towers. Coaxial stub loading at antenna base to match to 50-ohm feedline
80m 4square w/elevated radials (Rohn 25 elements with insulator at 15 ft).
Working on top of the 100 ft tower at WA0MHJ, August 2013:
More details regarding this project can be found in the TCDXA "The Gray Line Report"
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