Hello fellow Ham Radio Operators. I must say Amateur Radio is a very interesting and exciting hobby. Always something
to do that’s for sure. Been busy lately making preparations on another big move. With the upgrade in my Amateur
License comes the upgrade to a bigger home with more property for the kids to play and ride around on and for me more
towers, antennas and amateur radio. Thank you for checking out my QRZ page. Maybe we will work again on the LEO’s (Low
Elevation Orbital Satellites). I’ve been working amateur satellites nearly a year now and my space station has been
coming along. 73 Mates and God Bless the USA!
QSL Info: Direct (no sase needed); LOTW; Bureau DX
EQUIPMENT: TS 940S; FT 847; FT-736R, FT 100D; 811H Amp: TMV-71, Rig Blaster Plus. Yaesu G 800SA and Yaesu G 5400 B Rotors.
VHF/UHF, 20GHyGain TH2-MK3 with matching Hygain BN-86 Balun; Gap Titian DX, G5RV, Off center fed Carolina
Windom; KLM 2M-14C Circular Polarized Antenna; KLM 435-40CX Circular Polarized Antenna. 40 foot Rohn 20G tower for
HF, VHF/UHF and a 20 foot Rohn for Satellite, (Future QTH a 50 foot Rohn 45G)
If a nation expects to be ignorant and free,. . . it expects what never was and never will be. �
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