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First licensed in 1977 I was bitten by the DXing and contesting bug immediately thereafter. I will never forget my first DX qso contacting JH1WIX with about 2 watts using my Heathkit HW-8.

Having setup on a Minnesota lakeshore, my first contest style event was the ARRL Field Day. 38 years later DXing and contesting continue to capture my fascination with the hobby!

When not chasing DX or contesting you will find me active on 6 and 2 meter meteor scatter using FSK441, ISCAT and PSK2K, as well as JT-65B on EME. Every so often I'll even find my way onto the satellites.


Station A: HF DX, Contesting and Digital modes

ICOM 7600 with ACOM 1000 amplifier and Palstar AT2K 2kw Tuner.

MicroHam Microkeyer 2R+ for digital QSO's

I.C.E. 419b Bandpass Filters and I.C.E. 516R Remote Antenna Switches

Station B: HF Contesting and Digital modes. Also VHF/Digital modes

IC-746 with ACOM 1010 amplifier.

TE Systems 1452g 375 watt 2m amplifier

Tokyo High Power HC-2000 2KW Tuner

MicroHam Microkeyer 2R+ for digital QSO's using HRD/DM780, JT65-HF and WSJT9 software

I.C.E. 419b Bandpass Filters and I.C.E. 516R Remote Antenna Switches

Station C: Novice QRP Station from 1977

Heathkit HW-8 with the Heathkit HD-1410 Elecronic Keyer and HWA-7-1 Power Supply.

Oak Hills Research WM-2 QRP Wattmeter (Late 1990's)


Force12 XR5 -10 Element Yagi at 41 ft. (20 -10 Meters + WARC)

20 Meter Full Wave Quad loop at 40'

15 Meter Delta loop at 35'

80 Meters: Shunt fed tower with remote tuning control and 1/4 Wave Sloper.

Hustler 6BTV ground mounted vertical w/30 radials. (80 -10 Meters)

Alpha Delta Sloper DX-B. (160-75-40-30 Meters)

40 Meter 1/4 Wave Sloper.

2 Meters: Directive Systems K1FO Design DS144-RS 6 element 2 meter yagi @ 50', M2 - 2M12 on AZ/EL for EME and MS @ 18'

6 Meters: Cushcraft A50-3S 3 Element Yagi at 45'

Satellite Antenna: M2, 2M5-440XP at 24'

2 - EWE receive antennas for 160 and 80 meters.

Contesting Software by Writelog. SO2R control using W5XD Multikeyer. General logging Software by DX4Win.

Club Affiliations: Member of the ARRL - American Radio Relay League, MWA - Minnesota Wireless Association, TCDXA - Twin City DX Association, NLRS - The Northern Lights Radio Society, CWops, A-1 Operators Club, QRP ARCI and AMSAT.


QSL's with SASE preferred for VP5/N0KK, J3/N0KK

QSL's for VP5R (Oct.1999) via N0AT

QSL's for N0KK - No postage needed..The "Old Fashioned Way"! I'm happy to confirm with QSL for your awards.

I do use LOTW but prefer actual paper QSL's!

DXCC Confirmed Totals: Worked/Confirmed (PSE QSL!)

160: 96/77

80: 224/201

40: 273/262

30: 203/163

20: 328/321

17: 314/290

15: 308/283

12: 288/266

10: 277/234

6: 19/14

2: 2/2

Sorry, NO eQSL

I hope to put you in my log soon, 73!





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