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Summer 2014 will be operating portable now and again from Lubec, Maine -- Washington County -- FN64mt  --  so if you hear me signing /1 or /P that's where I'll be. From Lubec, I'm frequently the eastern most ham in the Continental USA at 66 59 16W. There is a ham who occasionally operates a few feet further east from another cabin.

 

 

First licensed in 1962 and still using the same callsign. Currently active on all bands CW and SSB but looking forward to some PSK and RTTY in the future.

Rigs: ICOM 7600 and Kenwood TS 2000 with Ametron 811 Amp.

All HF antennas are wire: dipoles on 40, 20, 17 and 15.

Using two dipoles, end to end, fed in phase, and separated by 1/2 wave on 12 & 10m.

Horizontal 1/2 wave V on 160m; full wave on 80m

Modified V-beam that provides gain on 40, 20, 17, and 15 NNE and SSW from NH. V beam is 135 feet each leg, separated by about 70 degs.

Mobile: ICOM 7000 HF with 9 foot whip, VHF and UHF with Diamond 2m/440 antenna

US Navy 1963-1972: CTR1 - Philippines/Okinawa/Pensacola. USS Belmont - USS Midway -- Fleet Air Recon 1 (EC 121's) out of Danang

Naval Instructor -- Teaching code!! Pensacola Florida

Station manager WA4ECY Naval Communications Training Center 1964

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