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Licensed in 1980 as N6ENU, John Milligan immediately gravitated to 6m at the peak of Cycle 21 enjoying the excitement of the Magic Band. In 1982 John made his first meteor burst contact on 6m. Today, John's main operating mode is meteor burst communication on 6m, 2m and 222. John's favorite acitivity is VHF and UHF grid-expeditions with a homebrew tower trailer focusing on meteor scatter.

6m WAS #1413.

John lost the call N6ENU with the wrong click of a button when the FCC's online ULS was first introduced. Nothing a vanity call could not fix.


August 2003: CN92WH, Drake Peak.


Drake Peak, CN92, shown above and below, has been a favorite spot of N6ENU for over a decade. Unfortunately, the mountain top has become quite RF noisy of recent with the addition of repeaters and other electrical equipment.


August 2011: 6m, 2m, 222, and 432 in CN92 at 8888' for the Perseids. N6ENU foreground, with W6RZ feeding coax, and K7ZL behind the camera, all are readying the tower as the sun sets.

August 2011: Snow for the Perseids

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