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Thanks for the contact. I go by my middle name - "Mel".

I am a member of the Western Washington DX Club and the Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club. As a member of the Western Washington DX Club, my QSL card counts for the club's Totem Award. For more information about that award, see our club's web page at www.wwdxc.org. For information about the Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio club see http://snovalleyarc.org/.

DXCC on four bands: 10, 15, 17 and 20 meters. Also "Worked All States" (WAS) and "Worked all CQ Zones" (WAZ).

Station includes:

  • Icom 7600 and Icom PW-1 Amp for HF.
  • HF Antennas are: SteppIR Dream Beam 18 on Rohn 25 tower at 45' for 10 through 40 meters and dipoles for 80 meters.
  • Yaesu 8800 Icom 5100A, Icom 51A, and Icom W32 for VHF & UHF.
  • RadioCraft Pro 3000 SWR and WaveNode WN-2d SWR and power
  • Heil Boom Mike

Will respond to all SASE QSL cards. I also use LoTW.

First Licensed as KA7RQO in 1983. Upgraded and changed call to N7GCO in 1984. Upgraded to Extra November 2014.

Operated as N7GCO/DU-2 from 1989-1991 while working in the Philippines.

Enjoy DXing and contesting. Also involved in local emergency communications.

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