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Beaming Europe - West side of house

Yours Truly


Beaming Europe - Front of house



QSL by LOTW preferred. Direct or via Bureau OK.

My current station consists of an ICOM IC 7600 and an ALPHA 9500 amplifier. The antenna system consists of a 4 el. SteppIR for 20 through 10 meters, and a 40 2CD for 40 meters,up 60' (18 meters).

Licensed at age 14 in 1952 as WN7RUK in Prescott, Arizona. I upgraded to General class1 year later. In the 70's I upgraded to Extra and received the vanity call of W7QS while living in the Phoenix, AZ area, which I kept until moving to San Diego, CA in 1981. In 1982 I applied for a "6" area call and received my current callsign of NN6R.

I am a currently retired financial planner,and am now enjoying the bands. With a modest station I have been able to acquire Top of the Honor Roll, WAZ & WAC mixed. I am also a Past President of the San Diego DX Club. My greatest enjoyment comes from working DX and making friends around the world.

QSL by LOTW, Direct or via Bureau

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