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QSL: SK Aug. 05, 2014

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Formerly WA7ELW, Although I did HF DX contesting for many years, I now enjoy VHF/UHF DXing and Contesting, WSJT, and PSK31/63, and have recently begun doing moonbounce (EME). I have been a ham since 1965 and was originally licensed as WN7ELW before upgrading. The antennas shown are 2m yagi(17 el 5wl 33ft boom), 222 yagi(23 el 7wl 32.5 ft boom), 432 yagi(28 el 9wl 21 ft boom)and 1296 loop yagi(55 el 19.8wl 15 ft boom) at the top. The 2m and 222 antennas are at 53', the 432 is at 56', the 1296 antenna is at 59'. Hope to see you on the air. 73's

I am improving my antennas and building amplifiers to help my EME station. It is lots of fun working stations by bouncing the radio signal off the moon and back to earth.

I have worked in the Electrical Power industry in one capacity or another for 26 years and retired March 31st, 2010.

QSL INFO: For my Grid expeditions, please send an SASE to receive a card back. I cannot pay for your envelope and stamp. Cards received without return postage will be thrown away. I cannot subsidise your VUCC or WAS. Thanks.

Here is a picture of me during the June 2007 VHF QSO party in grid DN03, the antennas and location in DN03, and an early morning picture of the 2M antenna at a portable location in grid CN94. The last picture is on South Mountain in SW Idaho in grid DN12.


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