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KL7XU Alaska flag Alaska

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Hello and thanks for stopping by.

We tend to change our station / antennas around often so a detailed description of what we have would most likely be inaccurate . A number of things that do remain a constant are the following:

This is a HOBBY and we do enjoy it.

I share the station with Debbie, KL7OU my YL.

Our interests  is HF. radio  We do not run I.R.L.P.

We have 3 towers, 130', 120', and 90'

The pics don't show it but the towers are plumb and the booms are level.

The station is not a contest station but at times we do play in contests.

The TX antennas are tuned for the DX phone window. The RX antennas are far away from the TX antennas.

Hard line is used for all of the TX runs above 80 meters, [ 1-5/8", 7/8", and 3/4". ]

The station has two operating positions and can run three should we wish. We do have the necessary band pass filtering, switches, phased arrays, power splitting needed for stacks, and  the "stuff" to plumb it up.

My favorite operating is with 20W and a long wire while watching "bush TV".

[ That's out camping sitting next to the camp fire ]

Yes. You are right! That's not a real QRZ look up number! HI HI. I change it now and then. At times I'll put 1 look up in the window and other times I'll put 10 bazillion.

all in fun.

best 73

 

 

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