Alaska, the last bastion of America's intestinal fortitude!
Mt Foraker, Mt Hunter and Mt McKinley Feb 2015
Click here to go to my Ham Website (CLICK)
For a paper QSL please include a SASE and or $1 to cover postage. NO IRC's PLEASE!
Since the USPS decided to stop issuing IRC's the workers there have forgotten how to redeem them. Making them far more trouble than they are worth.
I have earned both WAS and DXCC thru ARRL as well as WPX from CQ Magazine.
I am also active in Army MARS Region Ten.
Check for your contact(s) with me at my
Home station is a Yeasu FT-950 and multiple VHF and up rigs. The FT-950 drives an Ameritron 811H amp and I have both a Signalink Soundcard interface and a SCS Pactor 3 TNC connected to it. Other gear at home includes 2m Voice/Data (2 Packet plus APRS), Dual Band voice/9600 Baud Packet, 1.25m Voice/data and even a 900mhz radio.
Just for grins I even have a CB hooked up as a last ditch communications platform.
Only antennas outside are a G5RV that lays flat on the roofing shingles and a VHF+ Discone.
Rest of the antennas are in the attic.
Can you say HOA? I live in one.
Running Mobile I have a Yeasu FT-857D, Larry's Antennas Standard 160-6 Screwdriver.
As well as VHF gear for APRS, 1.25m and 33cm FM.
Click the APRS Image to find me.
Marine Mobile aboard the "Miss Anne"
Marine Mobile is an FT-857D using another Larry's Antennas 6-160 Screwdriver. Its an Aluminum hull 21 foot Cutty Cabin so the screwdriver works very well with salt water as my ground plane. Generally I am engine off when working DX from boat.
Click on the patch to go to these Club Webpages!
If you hear me on the air and I say I am using a 900 foot loop, a 43 foot vertical or a TriBand Yagi I am operating from the KL7AIR/KL7USA Military Amateur Radio Club Station on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson (JBER).
Otherwise you will find me operating from home, mobile or even marine mobile.
Look for me on HF Digital in the evenings usually JT65HF.
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