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 courtesy 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 modes (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.
My HF 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. All HF bands with a maximum of 200 watts available!
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 nearby tornado bent the mast.
On VHF, I have achieved my 144mhz & 50 Mhz VUCC awards (119 grids worked/ 104 confirmed on 144mhz and 490 grids worked/ 358 confirmed on 50mhz). 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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