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Also ZF2SC, my 4th place winner from the 2013 ARRL Photocontest shows why! 

December 2012 operated as J6/KA9P from St. Lucia, please QSL to KA9P direct or via bureau. Cards received direct are all out, buro cards are starting to arrive and will go out about every 2 to 3 weeks.

Interests are old vacuum tube-type equipment and early solid state amateur and commercial military receivers.

I'm also starting to restore a R1155 T1154 pair I dragged back from a couple UK trips and would love to correspond or visit any US hams restoring or operating same.

Operations primarily 40/17/10 meters SSB,and HF Pack style operations, typically cw, with PRC74/VX1210/FT897 or KX3, and Buddipole beams or verticals.

Also interested in directional restricted space HF antennas.

Active since 1969 as WN9BCR and WB9BCR from Crestwood, Illinois.

 

 

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