I am the QSL manager for TG/KA9FOX (1994 & 1995), TG0AA (1994 only), TD9IGI (1995 only), PJ8Z (CQWW DX 1994 only), PJ7/KA9FOX (1994) and PJ7/N0BSH (1994). I also have the logs and cards for N9KNP, KC9RII and KB9UIC as well as KC9EPA (sk) and W9SD (1974 to present).
I QSL 100% direct and buro and all my logs are uploaded to LoTW. I also upload to eQSL as a courtsey to those who chase their awards.
On HF, I earned DXCC Honor Roll after 25 years of DXing with 332 worked & 331 confirmed mixed and SSB mode (338 worked & 337 confirmed including deleted countries). I still need BS7H, FR/G. FR/J, FT5W, JD1/M, P5, SV/A and VP8/O for all time new ones. All HF contacts were made with 100 or 200 watts maximum!
My antenna 'farm' consists of a Force 12 C4E at 90 feet for 40-20-15-10 meters, a Cushcraft 12-17-30 meter rotatable dipole at 97 feet, a full wave 80 meter delta loop fed vertically with the apex at 85 feet and a 1/4 wave Inverted L with 55 feet vertical for 160 meters. In the planning stages for 2014 are two 300 meter long bevereges (one at EU and one at JA).
For VHF, my station consists of a M2 6M7JHV 7 element yagi on 50 Mhz at 50 feet with 200 watts; a M2 18XXX 18 element yagi on 144 Mhz at 65 feet with 160 watts; a M2 222-10EZ 10 element yagi on 222 Mhz at 53 feet with 100 watts; a M2 432-9WL 28 element yagi on 432 Mhz at 56 feet with 50 watts and a M2 2M9FM 9 vertical element yagi on 146 Mhz FM at 60 feet with 160 watts . The picture above shows the VHF antenna stack after a tower rebuild in 2006 after a F0 tornado bent the mast.
On VHF, I am working towards my 144mhz VUCC award (119 grids worked/ 99 confirmed so far) and the 432mhz VUCC award (49 grids worked/ 35 confirmed). On 50mhz I've earned VUCC (490 grids worked/358 confirmed) and 50 Mhz WAS (last state worked was Hawaii). On 50 Mhz DXCC I've worked and confirmed 48 countries!
Current setup includes my beloved FTDX-5000 from Yaesu (center) and my HF backup/VHF primary radio the Yaesu FT-847 (right).
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