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My primary station is a Kenwood TS480 Sat, secondary is Yaesu FT857D

Main Station antennas at present is a full wave loop for 40/30 meters, and a W5GI Mystery Antenna a 10 through 80 Meter dipole.

The antennas in the photos are two of my home brews antennas, one for 6 meters is the top 5 element on a 14 boom, and the other is a 3 element for 17 Meters, that are currently on the ground due to a move, which you can find directions on building the 17 meter yagi at http://www.hamuniverse.com/n5drg17myagi.html

 I have become primarily active on CW, On Monday's I can be found on the NAQCC East Texas QRS net at 7 PM Local (CST) on 7.065MHz., Then again on Thursday's on the Ham Buds CW Net 8 PM local on 7.065 + or - QRM if any.

Member of the NAQCC-CentralTexas.net       http://www.naqcc-centraltexas.net  

NAQCC Main Page http://www.naqcc.info/

CW . It cuts through the Chatter when the QSO Matters.

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