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I have been a ham since April 1977. My primary station consists of the following:

Kenwood TS 990S.

Home Brew 3CX1000A7 amp, 10 to 160 meters with 1500 watts output.

Home Brew 4-1000 amp, 10 to 160 meters with 1500 watts output.

3 elements on 10 meters and 4 elements on 15 meters (yagi - Wilson) at 60 feet.

4 elements on 20 meters (yagi - Wilson) at 73 feet.

2 elements on 40 meters (yagi - Cushcraft) at 83 feet.

Delta Loop on 80 meters fed in the bottom corner.(Hy Power Antenna Company)

Half Sloper for 160 meters. (My DX antenna)

Delta Loop on 30 meters. (Hy Power Antenna Company)

True 80 meter off center fed antenna w/5KW 4:1 guanella current balun.(Hy Power Antenna Company)

True 40 meter off center fed antenna w/5KW 4:1 guanella current balun. (Hy Power Antenna Company)

150 foot long 160 meter dipole at 55 feet. (My Stateside antenna -Hy Power Antenna Company)

For QRP I have an Elecraft KX3, Icom IC703+ and Ten Tec R4020, YouKits HB-1B MK3 (15-40 meters)

I also enjoy HF mobile. I use various home brew or modified Hustler antennas. (10 to 160 meters)

The mobile radio is a Kenwood TS 480 SAT. When operating HF mobile I mostly use CW on the lower end of 20 meters looking for DX. I also listen on 40 meters sideband from time to time. 

A picture of my mobile antenna, and more, can be found on the following web site:

http://www.ku3x.net/hf-mobile

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