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Operating Name used "Pete". I use a 40 Meter Dipole up 20 feet for 160m to 6m and a 6 meter 1.5 wave length "dipole" for 6 meters and 2 meters with the Icom IC-706 and the Icom IC-718. I run 5 watts out on all these bands . Sometimes I use 40 watts when conditions are poor. I use RG-6Q (TV) coax for both antennas.

54 years ham radio plus 5 years Military Radio, Infantry and ASA. Retired.

CW Only Former holder of a Radiotelegraph 2nd class License.

SKCC # 9741, I use a K4VIZ Camelback key, a Czech Military key from G0CVZ,and a J-38 Military key, in that order.

I also use a K4VIZ Vertical Single Paddle Key for some contest operations and Rag Chews.

NAQCC # 6331, When working NAQCC I run 5 watts out.

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