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Welcome to the K7FD webpage! I hope we've had a chance to QSO; I answer paper QSL requests 100% and would love to add your card to my collection.

  Jumping from WPE7COH to WN7IHO in the 60's, 2016 marks my 49th consecutive year as an Oregon ham.

Retired from radio broadcasting & public power, I am now a full-time ham; CU on the bands...anytime!



I enjoy operating an assortment of new & throwback rigs...especially on 40 meter CW. But I am an SWL at heart...



Build a homebrew Red Rooster code key!

All it takes is a red rooster silicone oven mitt (available from kitchen stores or Amazon), 2 brass brad contacts, mono plug, and a 2 conductor cable. Punch two holes, insert brads, solder it up, and you're ready for action!

Simply slip your hand inside Red's beak and flap away for flawless dits and dahs!

Key clucks optional; chirps and birdies guaranteed!

Works best at the crack of dawn.



Some of my QRP projects:

Above, Curious George miniature lunchbox spy radio

The Screaming Yellow Zonker SST w/ matching sunburst paddle.



Going RV'ing with 31' S9 vertical and Icom IC-706MKIIG!


Thanks for stopping by! 73, John K7FD, OM of N7SG

DX Packet Cluster pileups? No thanks. I'd rather find the DX than have the DX find me.



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