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Ham Rado greetings from K8JH.  Tower #1 picture is updated as of 10/2014 with Tennedyne T-10 Log Periodic, replacing SteppIR 3 element yagi.

Shown above is tower #2 showing a 4 element Ariane CX4-50 6M beam and Yaesu 450 rotor along with the support for a G5RV and two dipoles.

The vertical on top is the 15' Diamond F23H for 2m.  The tower itself is a 50' Rohn 25, which has and additional 15' of mast. 

The picture below shows tower #1 (70' Universal 17-70)  with tower #2 in the background.  Tower #1 supports two dipoles and the G5RV. 

The HF beam is a 3 element SteppIR; rotated by a Yaesu G-1000.  Above the HF beam is a 10 elem Cushcraft 2m beam. 

Lastly, on top is a 2m/440 vertical - Diamond X200.  About 2/3 of the way up the tower are my TV and cell phone booster antennas.

Not pictured is a 160m L in the trees.



I was first licensed in high school in 1969 as WB8ESK. Later in 1976, I received my Amateur Extra and was able to obtain the vanity call K8JH.

Born and raised in Michigan USA on a potato farm. I have worked for several years in Catholic parish and school administration. More recently I have moved into higher education administration first at a community college in Arkansas and now at Ferris State University in Big Rapids, MI.

I have long been a fan of CW and DX in particular. More recently I have become interested in digital modes, particularly PSK-31.

I am a member of 10-10, QCWA and a life member of ARRL.

100% QSL via direct, qrz.com, or W8 Bureau.

Jim K8JH

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