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I was first licensed in 1959 as WV2NFJ in Bayville, LI, NY, then WA2NFJ, WA7UCO (in Tucson AZ), WB6GSG, N6AZE and N6NC in San Diego CA. I have held the Mexican callsign XE2L, and we have operated licensed contest stations in Mexico over the years as 6E2T, 6E2L, XE2L, XE2T, and won the ARRL In'tl DXCW Contest (WORLD - M/2) from Ensenada MX in 1995 as 6E2T (team: K6LL, K6LA, N6NC, N6HC, N6KI, KM6SN, and seven MX licensees).

I am trustee for the Cortaro Contest Club station N7LU.

I act as QSL buro for N7LU operations, and NO6T operations.

4/26/12: I am happy to announce the successful installation of of a permanent gain antenna for the N6NC Skimmer for 20-15-10m aimed 045T from San Diego CA, an A3 tribander (minus the director) permanently installed for daytime high band operation, along with nightime 40m and 20mcoverage.
 
You can log into N6NC Skimmer by telnet at:
 
RUN
CMD
telnet n6ncskimmer.ath.cx 7300
 
Enjoy!
 
73, Larry N6NC

 

 

 

 

 

 

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