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N2NS, 'Bob' Hervatine, operates from Prather, California, about 35 miles northeast of Fresno, California. My home/station is located in the western foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains at an elevation of 1000 feet between Yosemite and Kings Canyon-Sequoia National Parks.

Antennas are: SteppIR 4 el yagi at 56 feet (6m- 20m); Force 12 Delta 230/240 yagi at 70 feet (two elements each on 30 and 40m); quarter wave slopers on 80 and 160m. K9AY loop for lowband receive.

My previous U.S.A. call signs have been W6FRH (February 2000-February 2007), KR6DT (January-February 2000), and KF6JSP (March 1997-January 2000).

DX operations include:

N2NS/KH6 (OC-019)- October 2013, April-May 2012, September 2010, September 2009, September 2008, July 2007

W6FRH/KP2 (NA-106)- May 2006

P40RH (SA-036)- May 2005, March 2004, January 2003, January 2002

W6FRH/VE7 - March 2003, March 2001 (Also a few QSO's as W6FRH/VE6 in March 2001)

PJ2/KF6JSP (SA-006)- July 1999

KF6JSP/HP1- July-August 1998

If you worked me during any of these operations, the logs remain open, and I will be happy to QSL the contact.

Logs for N2NS, N2NS/KH6, W6FRH, W6FRH/KP2, and P40RH have been uploaded into the ARRL Logbook of the World.

I hope to hear you on the air soon. 73, Bob N2NS.

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