Greetings from Nebraska!
QSL info: NO BUREAU PLEASE. I prefer LoTW or eQSL(AG). Direct is fine , SAE appreciated.
On HF, I operate many different modes including SSB, CW and Digital modes - mostly JT65 and JT9. ivia, .
I enjoy chasing DX on the HF bands ( DXCC , 100+ on 40,30,20,17,15,12,10M, WAZ , VUCC , Triple play WAS ) . I like to participate in contests, but rarely send in logs. I am an ARRL member and my local club affiliations are the Heartland DX Association and the Southwest Iowa ARC ( RPT 146.82 and 442.225 ). I am a regular on the Nebraska Morning NET at 0730 Central 3.982 USB and occasionally the IBM Employees Nets: http://ibmhams.bobv.name/
Best regards from my ham shack to yours.
73 and Good DX
This is the view to the east from my property.
Below is my VHF omni antenna setup - homemade 6M Squalo and an Arrow Antenna 2M 440 J-Pole. You can see I have a good view of the distance from 30 feet up you dont need a real fancy antenna if you have a good location.
Vertical antenna. First 20 feet is fiberglass, top 9 feet is a 108 inch mobile whip. 600 Watt tuner at the base as are the radials and ground rod and such.
Feedpoint for an End Fed wire antenna - I use that for 160M and 80M .....
Guest ' Ham ' operator in the shack a few years ago. He was from Smithfield , Virginia, he used to be a DX Hog but now he is an A-1 Operator.
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