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K9FD Hawaii flag Hawaii

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QSL: DIRECT $1 USD, LOTW OR EQSL

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Changed my call from KH7C back to K9FD

QSL INFO:   Direct please 1 USD or current IRC,   LOTW uploaded about once a month,  if you need it faster please send an E-mail and I will try and and upload logs right away.   Going to drop E-QSL shortly, but for now I do upload to E-QSL occasionally.  WIll QSL via Bureau also,  but I only send out bureau cards a couple times a year.  

Located on 30 acres,  a former AM broadcast station site,  have the radial systems etc intact and use them on the low bands.  My favorite band is 160 meters and you will find me there almost daily at my sunrise during the low band season. I work all bands 160 to 10 meters. currently I only have simple antennas,  verticals for 160, 80, 40, 30,  and center fed Zepp for 20 to 10 meters,  my current country count with wire antennas is 333.  Gear: a couple of  Elecraft K3's, Alpha 99,  FT-1000D,  Heath SB-220 or Ameritron ALS-600 amps.  

I also operate 600 meters with a part 5 experimental license,  WH2XCR.    Appreciate reports for any of my signals heard on 600 meters, operate WSPR on 474.2.  Other modes if signals are good enough to copy.

Molokai is a small island, quiet, slow, and laid back. I live on the west end of the island which is the "desert" end. I can see Oahu 35 miles across the channel, and great sunsets daily. Appreciate a call if you hear me on the bands. USI #015, IOTA OC-019, Grid BL-11mm, 73 Merv K9FD/KH6

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