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Our QTH is located on the East bench of Cedar City, Utah (elevation 6,050 feet). The mountain range to the East can reduce signal strengths 20 db when working East and South East. You can find me on the HF and VHF bands 80 through 2 meters SSB, CW, and 2 meters FM. If you worked me on 6 meters I am usually at the home QTH in Cedar City Grid Square DM37; However, during the summer months we frequently visit the mountain property east of Beaver, Utah at Grid Square DM38 (elevation 10,100 feet). Always happy to QSL especially those needing Grid DM38. We enjoy QRP and QRO. CW is a lot of fun and my paddle keys are Brown Bros. CTL and R. A. Kent Engineering twin paddle. Best Regards, Jon NR7T

SOTA activator setup is yaesu FT-857D with 7ah SLAB pack. Dipoles for 40 and 20 meters and using Palm Mini paddle.

 First SOTA activation was on Circleville Mountain @ 10,331 feet elevation Sept. 2014. Backpack weighed in at just over 26 lbs with plenty of water. 

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