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�If you came here looking for information on the Michigan W1AW/8 operation this October, please go to http://www.k8tb.org/w1aw.htm



If you live in the West Michigan area, make sure to attend the "Spark in the Park" West Michigan Amateur Radio Expo on August 30, 2014 in Grand Rapids. More information at: http://www.k8tb.org/sitp.htm


If you live in Michigan and are interested in VHF/UHF weak sgnal, you are invited to at the Michigan VHF/UHF society web site: http://www.mivus.org

The Society has a email lister server that you can sign for to receive information of what is going on in Michigan.



I have a beacon on 50.0650 MHz. It is located at EN62WU, just north of Holland, MIchigan. It runs 5 watts.


I have a most bizarre obsessive hobby in that I have taken pictures of over 500 broadcast towers in Michigan:


I run a K3 in a remote base configuration:


My web site�� www.k8tb.org

I enjoy 6 SSB, satellite chasing and Fox Hunting. Checkout


and http://groups.yahoo.com/group/MichiganFoxHunter/

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