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Previous calls held (in order): KA2YKC, KK2ED, KE2D, K2WD, K2CB

First licensed in 1984 at age 15. My current call suits me best, as my interest in radio communications started with CB radio when I was in my teens.

I am now active on the low bands once again after a 5yr hiatus while moving between QTHs. I am also quite active on VHF and UHF, and own & maintain the W2NJR linked repeater system ( www.w2njr.org ), plus I help a number of groups with their systems as time permits.

I hope to work you soon. Or, if you have worked me in the past, thanks for stopping by.

73,

Eric

K2CB

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TEMPORARY OPERATING POSITION WHILE CUSTOM DESK IS CONSTRUCTED

HF: Icom IC-7800 transceiver, Kenwood TS-990 transceiver, Flex 6500 sdr transceiver

VHF/UHF : Kenwood TS-2000

Amplifier: Acom 2000A HF amplifier

Audio Chain: Symetrix 628

 

STEPPIR STACK: DB36 @ 91ft over 4E @ 55ft

Stacked monobander performance - 6el over 6el on 6m, 4 el over 4 el on 10m thru 20m, 3 el over 1 el on 30/40m,

tuneable/rotatable dipole on 60/80m

Using a DX Engineering PS2B remote switch, I can stack the "monobanders" in or out of phase.Or for more versatility and faster band changes, I can run them as separate band antennas as needed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CURRENT ANTENNA CONFIGURATION:

US Tower HDX589MDPL 89ft tower

Comet CX-333 144/222/445MHz tri-band vertical @ 96ft.

M2 440-18 432MHz 18el horizontal yagi @ 95ft.

M2 2m12 144MHz 12 el horizontal yagi @ 93 ft.

SteppIR DB36 @ 91ft.

SteppIR 4E @ 55ft.

DX Engineering PS2B dual antenna in/out of phase switch box

Full Length Inverted Vees @ 90ft for75m, 160m

TOWER VIEW FROM REAR YARD, LOOKING TOWARDS EUROPE @ 45deg.

 

A beautiful sunset!

 

 

K2CB taking a break after a long hot day of antenna preparation work

 

 

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