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I started hamming in High School in 1968 as WA5TYX in San Antonio Texas. After moving to Colorado in 1985 I finally changed my call to KI0KB in 1997. I just upgraded my station and I'm currently working with a Kenwood TS-990S which is an amazing rig that has far exceeded my expectations. My amp is the ACOM 2000A. My antenna is a 3 element SteppIR DB-18 which covers 6-10-12-15-17-20-30-40 meters that I have up on a fourty foot Universal aluminum tower. The tower went up in June 1999. The SteppIR went up the Summer of 2011 and is working without fail after nearly three years at altitude. I also have a 45 foot GAP Voyager to cover 80 and160 meters and have recently added an Array Solutions SAL-20 for receiving on 160 and 80 primarily. I still operate mobile with an ICOM 7000 and a AH-4 tuner into an 8 foot whip on a Nissan Xterra 4WD.

I am also a founding member of WC7WB, The Wyoming Colorado Amatuer Radio Club, "The Wild Bunch" and we operate the DX contests when we can from either Colorado or Wyoming. 73's Jeff

QSL'S: I prefer to QSL directly since it usually takes a year or longer via the bureau but I do answer all QSL's no matter how they get here or how long it takes. I also upload all of my logs to LoTW....73's de KI0KB

      

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