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Hello World

First licensed as KJ4CAO in February-2008 and 3 months later got my General ticket and applied for a vanity call as N4NDX. My first contact on ham radio was 3 years later on March-27-2011 since then I have accomplished a few awards thant I'm very proud of. I was not active in the past due to my work schedule/traveling but now I have found a way to spend a little more time on HF and enjoying the people I meet through this wonderful hobby. My Shack is small but has served me well, I think I have accomplished to where is doing what I want. I enjoy all contacts but I lean a little more towards DX and Island Hunting  just because is a bit more challenging to me. I log all of my contacts at (QRZ.com) - (HRDlog.net) - ( eQSL) - (LOTW) and (CLUB LOG), most likely the same day, so check your logbook and don't forget to confirm me.

My working conditions consist of :

  >  25G-55' feet w/ a CDE CD-44 Rotor System and 10'-0 Mast.

Force12  > XR-5 10 Elements Monobander > 10m, 12m, 15m, 17m and 20m Yagi.

 Zero > 43ft Vertical Antenna 160-10 Meters.  

   > CP22EVertical VHF : > 2 Meter Mono-band G/P @ 76' fT.

 > Omni VII 588 HF 160-6 Meter.  

 > 746Pro HF-VHF 160-2 Meter.

 > HF-2000 Legal Limit Amplifier w/ Peter Dahl Transformer.  

 > Heil PR-781 Microphone.

  > EQplus / 8 Band Audio Equalizer and Noise Gate.  

  &    > Logging Software Programs . 

Plus Accessories > ...................

   RTTY / PSK      

 

QSL Information:

  • USA - Please send a SASE (Self Address Stamped Envelope).
  • DX - Countries send 2 green stamp with a SAE (Self Address Envelope).
  • OMISS - Members just send your QSL card and I will send you one back .

 

 

 

 

Member #8059

My QTH is 10 minutes SE from Asheville, NC

 

 

 

 

Island hunting is a very challenging way to play radio.

 

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Member #1799

 

"Thank you for visiting my page. Hope to catch up on the Airwaves"

 

 

 

 

 Harley Davidson Heritage Softail 

!!!!!!The only way to ride!!!!!!

 

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