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Hello and welcome to my page. I have been a ham since Feb 2009. I have a humble radio station here in Danville, IL. I have been scratching and compiling my station for a number of years now. You can find me anywhere on the bands between 80 and 10 meters. I have found my love in CW mode on the HF bands. I enjoy sending code with my SpeedX straight key and my Vibroplex Champion Bug circa 1947. I found a great CW club called SKCC. If you want to find a bunch of great guys that love the code and will help out new ops, that is a club you should check out.

I want to thank my Elmer, Don WA9EIC, who has helped me so much that I will never be able to repay! Thanks Don! I also cant forget to thank my Father-in-Law, Orlen WW0LF for all of his technical expertise!

Here is a list my Equipment.

Icom 756 pro II, Yaesu FT 857D, Clegg 22'er

40 foot rohn 25 tower with a Mosley CL-33 tribander for 20-15-10, 8 foot workman 2m/70cm vertical, Hustler 5BTV for 80-40-20-10.




Direct - Preferred Method. All 100% returned. No SASE/SAE required. No Money required. My QSL card is 4 inches x 6 inches and will not fit in a regular envelope


LOTW- Preferred Method. Updated Weekly.

Bureau- Working now...If received via bureau I will send via Bureau. Saves money for both of us!

eQSL- Least favorite method- I upload weekly.

SWL- These are welcomed and I respond 100%.


Thanks for stopping by and I hope to meet you in the Hamsphere!

73 de KC9PDX sk


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