EN 86 Information:
We will be operating K8JH/8 from EN 86 in the UP of Michigan during the June 2015 VHF contest. Our location is on the NE corner of Caribou Lake, near Detour Village, MI. QSL with SASE to K8JH.
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.
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