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I do not have much interest in qsl cards, awards, or contests. On occasion I will participate in VHF contests simply because there's more weak signal activity on those dates. If you insist, I can make a basic card from the printer if you really need my grid, county, or state. Even then, it will be some time before you get a response. You've been warned.

I run a beacon at 28.2048 MHz. It's an old Realistic 10 meter rig transmitting at 5 watts into a vertical dipole. It is located just south of Lebanon, Tennessee. Thanks to K4NBF, KJ4IOI, and N4FML for their help in getting it on the air. Feel free to email reports.

Another recent project was getting K4NBF's 144.290 MHz beacon on the air. It uses an older Kenwood 2 meter rig at 5 watts to a couple of loops approximately 25 feet in the air. It is located on a hill in eastern Wilson County, Tennessee.

Future beacon plans include 50 and 432 MHz.




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