I have been moving around and trying to get a career going for myself. If you have sent me a card in the past few years and havn't got one back, please let me know and I will send you one. I appologize for the long delay in sending cards out.
Looks like I'm moving to the Youngstown, Ohio region in the very near future. Please send QSL cards to my old Kentucky address: 969 Pine Grove School Road, London, KY 40744. Thanks.
Hello, My name is Ed, I currently hold an Extra class license. I got my Tech+ license on Jan. 17, 2001, General on April 19, 2001, and Extra on April 18 2002. I am active on 160 to 432 mhz all-mode (includes P-25, NXDN, and DMR on 2m and 440mhz) including 222 mhz. I have a 1296MHz trasnverter and will be on the air when I settle back down into a permanant QTH. 900 MHz is planned also.
To send me a QSL card you can: 1:send one through the beauro 2:or direct. You can use which ever system is best. I do NOT need a SASE to return a card so if you want to send one that is fine, but its not needed.
I love 6 meters and up, and if you have a 6m, 2m, or 432 MHz all mode rig, I suggest trying 6 meters or 2 meters first and using the on4kst.org chat rooms to set up contacts or try the VHF contests. VHF weak signal is a challange and lots of fun nd you meet many great people. Antennas are small and need to be horizontally polarized. I started out with 25 watts on 2 meters and made many contact with a 13B2 antenna about 20 feet off the ground.
I am a member of FISTS #9789, 10-10 # 72788, and the ARRL.
Mobile:IC-7100 HF/VHF/UHF all mode with a Little Tarheel II HF screwdriver antenna and dual band for 2 and 440, Kenwood TK-5820 P-25 UHF mobile, and an Astro Spectra for VHF P-25. Both the Kenwood and Motorola P-25 is for fire and rescue department use and digital HAM when available.
Base (previous QTH's and future location):Icom 756 (original) for HF-6 meters (and to drive transverter) 100 watts, dipole for 160-10, 5 el on 6 meters @ 100 watts; Kenwood TR-9000 for 2 meters, 13B2 w/ 170 watts; Elecraft XV222 220 mhz Transverter, 20 watts (now have a 100 watt amp), 10 elements; Yeasu FT-790R II UHF All mode to a M2 28 element beam w/110 watts.
Yeasu FT-290RII 2m all mode rig, MFJ-9406 6m rig, Alinco DJ-G29T 220/900 mhz HT, 1296MHz transverter, numerous commercial mobiles and handhelds for VHF/UHF/900MHz. Kenwood NDXN NX-200 and NX-300, Connect Systems CS-700 and CS-701 DMR, and Motorola Astro Sabers and Kenwood TK-5220 and TK-5320 P-25 radios.
A Rover station is planned for the near future also, with 6m-2m-222 MHz, and 432 Mhz for starters, each band with around 100 watts output and CW capable.
I hope to hear you on the air sometime. 73 and best DX. De K4XXX Ed
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