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Located in the Western Sonoran desert, I can be found operating at 184 Ft Below Sea Level. The QTH is the City of Calipatria, California. This is located just 8 miles southeast from the southern tip of the Salton Sea. When I am not scuba diving or spending time with my beautiful XYL, I am on the air. Primarily enjoying stateside ragchews, but love the DXpeditions as well.

My station is an Icom IC706MKiiG into an MFJ autotuner which feeds a homebrew Inverted V wtih the Apex at about 40 ft.

My call is a vanity call. My original call was KG6QQE but when I had the chance to secure my initials as my call I couldnt resist (RNN) hence, N6RNN now. I just picked up an MFJ 299 amplified mic and playing with that. If you hear me on the air let me know if my audio is up to par or not. Thanks for looking me up and if we worked, jump in my logbook here.

I use e-QSL and direct. 73 de N6RNN

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