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SKCC #10315T FISTS #16153 NAQCC 6945

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Last July I bought a house in Columbus, Ohio (EM89) and am in the process of turning it into a home. I have my HF station up and running with my ground-mounted Hustler 6-BTV. I just installed an inverted L that has 125 foot horizontal and  40 foot vertical components that I primarily use on 160m and 80m as well as the WARC bands.  So far, I am VERY happy with it. I just got a new Ameritron AL-811H. I use it primarily on 160m and 80m. It works very well and I've gotten nice reports with it.

DXCC - CW, DXCC - PHONE, 5B-WAC, WAS, 6-Mtr VUCC

I am an ARRL Official Observer (otherwise known as the Amateur Auxilliary)

I have been a ham for 41 years. I am 64 years old and am a retired teacher (math, science, and Spanish). I am the proud owner of a Yaesu FT-dx3000D. It has more bells and whistles than you can shake a stick at and it has the best receiver I have ever heard. For mobile operations, I use an ICOM ID-880H. I have aTen-Tec R4020 QRP radio (40m /20m). It is fun to use at home and in the field.

Almost all of my HF operations is on CW but you can find me on JT-65 and RTTY from time to time.

When its open, I find myself on 6-meters and have been having a blast on the magic band (usually on 50.095).

 

Previous calls held: W5AST, WS7J, KI8H, KB8AQ, WD8EOI, WN8PMS, G5CQU

 

QSL via LOTW or Direct- I answer 100% Please, no E-QSLs.

 

 

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