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K4VV is a contesting station located atop Catoctin Ridge near Paeonian Springs, VA.  Two Telrex Big Bertha rotating masts support 17 optimum wide-spaced array yagis for 10, 15 and 20 meters.  On 40 meters there is a two-stack of 4 el OWA yagis.  Other very high antennas are available for 80 and 160 meters. 

TeamK4VV is a group of over twenty dedicated operators who help maintain and operate the station.  Three of the station's operating positions can be operated either by in-shack operators or by remote control over the Internet from anywhere in the world.  Last November, CX7TT, operating from Uruguay (8,300 km distance) achieved a Clean Sweep in the CW Sweepstakes.

Several videos of K4VV antennas and operations are on YouTube, listed under "K4VV".

We hope to work you in several of the upcoming contests.  73









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