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Hello! Thank you for looking me up. I became a ham in 1992. I upgraded

in 2011, got my general ticket on March 30th and received my extra ticket on the 21st of

April. I am having alot of fun on DX and this is my first time to do any HF operation.

I have a TS-940s Kenwood

that I received in 1988, but, I just had to upgrade to a newer radio, now I'm the owner of a

TS-2000, maybe in a year or two I'll learn how to operate it, HI HI. I run an inverted vee

antenna at forty feet. I operate on all bands and 2 meters most of the time.

My favorite modes of operation are jt-65, psk-31, rtty and sstv. 

Hope to hear you on the air, 73's and have a beautiful day. "JT"

 

This is my station

SM-220 Kenwood Station Monitor TS-940S HF Transceiver SP-940 Speaker

Kenwood TS-2000 All Mode Transciver SP-23 Speaker

MC-60 Kenwood Mic Heil PSE-6 Headset Daiwa HP & V Type SWR & Power Meters

"Inverted-V" 7-Band OCF Dipole at 38 feet & a pair of 13B2 stacked beams at 45 feet
 
 
 
 
This is my very good friend, Tom, W9TWH, station.
JT, N9OJC, working JT-65
 

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