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CONTEST UPDATE: RTTY Round up Jan 3 & 4, was great! North America QSO party both cw and ssb
Southeastern VHF Conference April 25 & 26.� here are some of my vhf MS friends and I.
Left to Right: Bryan W3CP EM74UG, Marshall�K5QE EM31CJ, Paul N1RJX FN32VO, Chuck K3NXH EL96WF, ME
Tower and antennas are back up in the air!
HF: TS-2000x, TS-430s, IC-7000 IC-706MKII), HR-2600
VHF/UHF: FT-736R, FT-470, 2-TM-701A
Tower and Antenna's: TX-455,TH3MK4, 6 el 50 mhz, 18 El 144 mhz, 15 el 220 mhz, 22 el432 mhz, 24 el 1.2 ghz, Butternut Vertical.
80m dipole and soon a new 160m inverted L. Putting together EME station 4 x 13 for 144
Amplifiers: Clipperton L (just got and not on air yet),Several TE-system amp for vhf/uhf.
I love operating all bands and modes. Plus love to rag chew.
After all these years I finally got some awards the last couple that consist of 9 Band WAS for HF, DXCC and I still need to submit and finish VUCC for all my vhf/uhf stuff. Plus I love working the satellites.
I am a life member of the ARRL. My Amsat # is 19996. Fists # 5307, SKCC # 6233, 10-10 # 40757. Kansas City VHF Bandits. I enjoy reading my QST & CQ magazines.
My other great hobby is riding my 2013' Harley Davidson Ultra Classic. Just recently replaced my 01 with 130K miles. I am also a proud member of the http://patriotguard.org and love traveling on my bike.
Thanks for stopping by and God Bless to all.
I Hate WINDOWS 8!!!!!
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