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Active from the shack on 160m through 70cm and occasionally mobile. Now with 36 feet MORE broadband vertical !   Running about 11 meters of aluminum tubing on the patio roof with considerable success. Click on the links for more info, photos and radio resources.

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Earned novice call WN9VMW in 1976 as a member of the Carl Sandburg High School Amateur Radio Club in the Chicago suburbs. Upgraded to Advanced class and received my commercial radio operators license in 1978 thanks to the tutelage of an extraordinary educator, K9MT.

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Unless you really need a very cool Arizona QSL card there is no need to send me yours. I do not collect cards and have transitioned to LoTW for award credits.   TUM & 73,  Dave

Correspondence to: K7LOL [at] KLorg.com

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