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Hi Friends.  The station is still growing.  I was able to get some antenna work in this summer.  I planted 2 more towers, a 50' vhf tower and a second 72' crankup designated as "Central Tower".  I can work a little So2r on ssb, but not on cw or rtty yet.  Also have not got PSK operational yet.  More configurations to work out. I still need a good antenna for the WARC bands 12/17/30, but try a bit with tuner & existing antennas

I have been researching my log and sending out some qsl requests for some of the dx contacts I have had in the past and neglected to request cards for,  I have had quite a bit of success, even digging up some "new" countries that I worked, one as far back as 1982!  I found enough on 80 mtrs to complete my 80 mtr DXCC & that gave me 5BDXCC

Incoming qsls are up to date.  I reply to buro and direct cards.  I also use LOTW, but I like paper cards formy collection.  I do not use EQSL or the log here on QRZ.  SASE's and IRC's are appreciated.  When I get a card from a station for a recent contact, I try and reply for all earlier qso's also. My log is fairly complete and goes back to 1978

If you made acontact with me and it does not show up in LOTW, Then send me an email with qso details. My fat fingers may have made a typo and I can correct the mistake.

In September 2014 I had the Honor of being one of the W1AW/7 stations from Oregon.  I gave out over 1600 contacts on ssb, cw & rtty.  Many of the QSO's were with Asia and Europe as well as stateside.  It was a lot of fun being on the receiving side of the pileup for a change. 

Member of  Willamette Valley DX Club         dotnetnuke.gif

 

DX  Honorary Membership: The WVDXC will award a certificate of honorary membership to any DX station (except W-VE) having 2-way QSOs with 10 or more WVDXC members after 1 January 1956.Contacts must be confirmed by QSL. Submit list of contacts (no QSLs) for verification to WVDXC P.O. Box 5993, Boring OR 97009,U.S.A.

 

also Associate Member Northern California Contest Club   index.html.jpg

Former member Northern Calif DX Club, Western Washington DX Club

Life Member ARRL

 

Rigs are Kenwood TS 870 and TS2000

I will usually sign KA6BIM  but may use KA6BIM/7 if necessary depending on the contest

September 22, 2014 update

All 4 towers are now up.

West Tower 72 ' with 2 element 80 mtr beam on top @73'  and KT34xa fixed on Asia @36' This tower also supports 160 mtr dipole

Central Tower  72' with KT36xa on top @73', KT34xa fixed on EU @54' and KT36XA @36' fixed on Caribean

East tower 55' with KLM 4 element 40 on top,  also supporting 80 mtr delta loop

VHF Tower 50' with KLM 5 element 6 mtr @60', pair of 11 element 2 mtr beams, 440 & 1.2 ghz all on common boom @50'

 

I am new on 6 mtrs as of January 2014.  Now up to @ 35 states & 10 dx entities.  In June I had a small opening to EU&AF, and worked EA7 & EA8 for 2 new countries and continents!   Also had a nice opening to Asia and worked a few  stations from JA.   In October had a couple of openings to South Pacific & worked FK, ZL & VK for Oceania & 3 new countries

6 mtr station is  TS2000 with 100 watts and a m2 inc 5 element beam @60'.   I could use a good 6 mtr amp!

 

Update November 2014   The 80 mtr beam is up!  A little low but being on a ridge should help.  Lets hope the rotor holds up in the winter winds!

Update Feb.12, 2014 I found that LOTW scrubbed all the /7's off my callsign. So 6307 qso's from my log were not able to match up with any of your qso's that you logged when I signed KA6BIM/7.   I resumbitted  with a new /7 certificate and ended up with 1671 new qsl confirmations.

Update 1/1/2014 All logs from 1978 to 1/1/2014 have been uploaded to LOTW.

Update 12/10/2013 I am caught up on all direct and bureau cards. Boxes have been shipped of to the ARRL & JARL bureaus.

Update 9/1/2012 New permanent QTH is in Coos County Oregon. Station is being rebuilt, towers are planted and aluminum beginning to sprout.   Some of you are or will be receiving soon some very late QSL cards. Please accept my apologies for the late responses. While preparing to move, I found a box of QSL cards that had been misplaced when we were remodeling the house a few years ago. Thank you for your patience, and for the cards.

 

 

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