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Chasing DX, IOTA, contesting (member Frankford Radio Club) and WAB squares are all part of my enjoyment in this great hobby.


(1) TenTec OMNI VII; TenTec Centurian PA;  Modes: cw, ssb, RTTY.

(2)  Drake C-Line w/ Sherwood mods in R-4C. Strictly cw with this gear!

(3)  Collins R-390 receiver & CV-591/URR SSB converter; Drake T-4XB transmitter; Boat Anchor Buddy interface from Nov. 2012 QST. Strictly cw with this gear!


 Antennas are currently Mosley TA-54XL, 1/4 wave sloper for 30 m, 30 m long Zepp for 30 m, 40 m & 80 m and a pair of 1/4 wave phased verticals for 40 m.

I've operated from Anacapa Island, CA NA-144 (see picture) as N3RW/6; Whidbey Is, WA NA-065 as N3RW/7; Vancouver Is, BC NA-036 as VE7/N3RW/p.

Also portable from Zion and Bryce Canyon Nat'l Parks in UT, Twin Lakes in the Toiyabe Nat'l Forest, CA and the Slate Range overlooking Panamint Valley, CA. Such fun!

QSL 100% via buro, direct, and LoTW.

  Outside of amateur radio, I have used the 12 m (1.42 GHz), 13.6 m (8.6 GHz & 14.3 GHz), and 20 m (9 Ghz) radio telescopes at NRAO, Green Bank WV for radio studies of the Milky Way Galaxy and other deep-space galaxies. Great antennae!  

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