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Celebrating my 40th year of HF DXing!!!

Need 2 more DXCC countries to have worked them all, and I personally worked them myself (No DXCC "Assisted" here!) from my home station.

First started as an SWL "KDX6T" in 1974 at age of 4, then became a ham in 1986. Inspired by my grandfather W6RII (SK), and my father N6EGC. Jim Rafferty N6RJ (SK) was my DXing and contesting elmer. I am forever grateful to these three individuals for teaching me the best of ham radio. Enjoy DXing and contesting from 1.8 MHz thru 50 MHz.

Past calls and/or DXpeditions: A35DD, S79DD, S92DD, T20DD, T31DD, V47DD, V63CG, ZF2RE, ZK1PEQ, 1S1DD, 3D2CQ, 5W0DD, 8P9EG, FM/N6PEQ, J37/N6PEQ, NH6/N6PEQ, PJ2/N6PEQ, PJ4/N6PEQ, P40/N6PEQ, KP2/N6PEQ, KP4/N6PEQ, XE2/N6PEQ & CO2/N6PEQ.

Member: ARRL A-1 Operator Club

Charter Member of the Pina Colada Contest Club (KP2AA).. Previous PCCC Field Day operations: 2002: Puerto Rico as NP4A 2003: Cuba as CO0US/T42FD 2004 & 2005: St.Croix as KP2AA

Charter Member of the Yamon DX Federation (W6YDX) www.yamon.org

Member: Orange County Amateur Radio Club (W6ZE), Southern California DX Club (W6AM), QRP ARCI, San Bernardino Microwave Society, North American Shortwave Association, National Radio Club, International Radio Club of America, Western States Weak Signal Society, Longwave Club of America, Worldwide TV-FM DX Association

Life Member: Orange County DX (N6RJ), Indexa, ARRL, 10-10 International, Central States VHF Society, QCWA, OMIK

 

All mode capabilities include:

HF Station "A": IC-7800 + SM-230 + Alpha 87A Amplifier + Alpha 77SX Amplifier + Alpha 4510 Wattmeter + Palstar AT5Kplus Antenna Tuner

HF Station "B": IC-7800 + SM-230 + Alpha 4520 Wattmeter + Alpha 77SX Amplifier + Palstar AT10K Antenna Tuner

HF Station "C": IC-9100

Patio Station: FT-817 & IC-7000

Receiving Stations: IC-R9500 & IC-R71A

 

HF Antenna System:

10 meters = 7 element wide-spaced mono-band yagi

12 meters = 2 element mono-band yagi

15 meters = 4 element wide-spaced mono-band yagi

17 meters = 2 element mono-band yagi

20 meters = 3 element wide-spaced mono-band yagi

30 meters = 2 element mono-band yagi

40 meters = 2 element wide-spaced mono-band yagi

60 meters = Sloper

80 meters = Rotatable dipole

160 meters = Sloper

Stationary Dipole for 10/15/20 Meters

Vertical: Comet CHA-250B

Rotor: Yaesu G-2800DXA

 

VHF Equipment/Antennas:

50 MHz: IC-7800 + Alpha 6 amplifier (8 Element LFA Yagi 42' boom, Vertical & HO-Loop).

144 MHz: IC-9100 & TS-790A (Vertical & HO-Loop stack).

222 MHz: IC-375A (HO-Loop stack).

432 MHz: IC-9100 & TS-790A (Vertical & 4 HO-Loop stack).

1296 MHz: IC-9100 & TS-790A (35 element yagi & Vertical).

 

Misc Equipment:

Interfacing: 4O3A & MicroHam Micro Keyer 2R+

Dummy Load: Alpha 2100

Preamplifiers: Mini Circuits, Advanced Receiver Research & Mirage

Bandpass Filtering: 4O3A & Industrial Communication Engineers

Remote Antenna Switching: 4O3A & Industrial Communication Engineers

Keys: GHD GN407A+ single-paddle, Bencher Mercury dual-paddle, Schurr Profi 2 dual-paddle, Bencher BY-4 dual-paddle, Bencher BY-2 dual-paddle, Schurr Mini straight-key

Microphones: Heil Goldlines & Heil PR-780

Headsets: Heil Proset Plus's, Heil Prosets, Heil Quiet Phones & Radiosport

 

SWL Accessories:

RTTY/Digital demodulator: Universal M-8000

MW Loop antenna: Kiwa

VLF/MW Loop antenna: Wellbrook Engineering LFL1010

RF Systems DX-One Professional MK-2 Active Antenna (ELF/LW/MW/SW)

 

Computers:

MAC Pro & Power MAC G5


 

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