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I use the "radio name" Charlie due to International Phoenetic familiarity by DX operators, but am locally known as Chuck.

EQUIPMENT: My modest station includes a used Icom IC-7200 into a Hex Beam mounted on top of an old Wilson TT-45 Crank-up tower.  Antenna is approximately 44' high when it is cranked up and 28' in the nested position.  My other antenna in the picture below, to the right of the crank-up tower, higher up on the hill behind my house is a 6 band Hustler Vertical.

QSL INFO: I prefer using ARRL's LotW to confirm QSO's. I usually upload to LotW at the end of every day on the air and to eQSL.cc (AG) immediately when the contact is added to my HRD computer log. If you would like my QSL (hard) card pictured above, please SEND ME YOUR CARD via Bureau or direct. I answer all cards received the same way sent. Please DO NOT SEND IRC's, my local post office doesn't know what to do with them.

Personal info is 66yo and first licensed in 1988. I got a relatively late start in ham radio. I retired from the Fire Department after 28 years in 2004.

Thanks for taking the time to look at my qrz.com page and pictures. I hope I have had the pleasure of a QSO with you.

May God richly bless you and your family. - Best 73, Charlie smiley

 

 

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