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I was first licensed as a dual Tech/Novice KN2OVS/K2OVS in 1958 (the "N" in the call signified a Novice license), and quickly got interested in the VHF/UHF worldrunning 5w homebrew of AM on 6 meters with an Hallicrafters SX-106 receiver. Was just in time for the big 1958 Sunspot peak and worked all over the US with the QRP radio.

Got back into HF in the 70's & 80's and picked up 9-band DXCC and 6-band WAS & WAC over the years but VHF is still my primary interest.

In 2011 changed my call to NY2NY and currently active on all HF bands, 6meters (DXCC & WAS) 2m, 222, 432 & 1296 and always interested in skeds including JT65 and FSK441 modes on VHF/UHF.

Thanks for visiting - QSL 100%, no SASE required.

73, Jay NY2NY cool

 

                                                                                 

 

                                                                                    

 

 

                                                                               

 

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