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James Wolf, KR9U   www.wolfrfsystems.com

Manufacturer of the K9AY low noise receive antenna system sold through Array Solutions.


My home station consists of a TH6DXX at 50 ft on the short tower.

I also have a 120 ft tower, of which the top 20 ft rotates.  I have a TH6DXX at 101 ft, a 2 el 40 at 115 ft.  For 80 meters I use a vertical dipole pulled out from the tower at the center and the tower is shunt fed for 160 meters.  I also have a stacked set of long yagi's for two meters that have not been used for a while at 107 and 120 ft. and at 128 ft I have a long 440 MHz yagi. I use an IC-765 and the amplifier is a Commander that I bought from a friend (now SK) who moved to Flordia.

I also run the Fort Wayne DX Association http://www.qsl.net/fwdxa/ ARCluster node in Fort Wayne, IN. Connect to the cluster using  kr9u.net  which is the telnet address.  It is also on 144.91 MHz as a few locals still use packet to connect.

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