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Just getting back into Amateur Radio after a 5 year hiatus (moved from So Cal to Nor Cal). Originally licensed as KD6HZM but license lapsed. Renewed at General class and licensed as KI6NWE. A month later took the Extra exam and applied for a vanity call "N6SC"

Putting the station back together from scratch, as you know takes time. Started with the GAP vertical antenna installed on the roof of the house. Not real happy with performance so I cleared an area (heavily tree'd) and put up a US Tower HDX-55. Love the realiability of Mosley Antenna's, I installed a 2M AM 14-2 at the top (71 ft up), the Mosley A-507 6M beam (65 ft); and the Mosley Pro 67C (59 ft).

The station incorporates the Yaesu FT-920,the Elecraft K3and the Ten-Tec 526. Amplifier is the Alpha 8410 Smile.

Station Diagram below:

I love chasing DX, and I'm ready for 6M and 10M here in 2012. I answer all QSOs through LoTW, eQSLand will return a card if you provide a SASE. Drop me a note if you have time, always enjoy making new acquaintances.


Ron (N6SC)

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