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Hi and thanks for looking me up. From mid September 2013 to early May next year I'll be at my snowbird QTH in North Fort Myers, Lee county FL. If you would like to QSL direct, my address is 396 Hidden Cove Rd., North Fort Myers, FL 33917-2930 USA. You can check below to verify that you are in the log before sending the QSL.

My equipment in Florida is now a Kenwood TS-590 driving a THP HL-1.2Kfx medium power amp. The antenna is a Hustler 6BTV with 12M and 17M add-ons and tuned radials on the roof of my mobile home. I also use a very short 160m vertical.

Up north I use a Yaesu FT-2000 driving an Alpha 76PA. I modified the Alpha to add 12m and 17m coverage as well as grid overcurrent protection.The antennas include a 43ft Zero-Five vertical with 105 radials and a 3 element Mosley CL-33 up 40 ft.

In May of 2013 I joined in with Remotehamradio.com giving me access to excellent stations on both the East and West coasts using an Elecraft K3/0 at my location (wherever I may be) to connect to the chosen remote site's Elecraft K3.

I hope to hear you on the air.

 

73's de Jim

 

 

 

 

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