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Please add your callsign to my QRZ "Web" log above! Just click on web tab and add. I've worked most of these contacts on hf, but it's not a logging program. You can enter your call sign just to show you've stopped by. 73!

 

Licensed since 1989

I automatically QSL electronically with EQSL and LOTW.

Please note, I do NOT QSL via bureau.

I will answer any QSLs sent direct.

CW is my favorite mode (most fun). I work SSB and some digital modes.

For HF I Use a 5 band 2 element Quad at 14 meters; Dipole at 18 meters for lower bands.

 

I'm now mobile HF. Working 40m-6m w/FT-857D es ATAS-100.

"Take your family to church! There's more to life than Ham Radio!"

My XYL's callsign is KE4KNH

73! Loy

 

 

 

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