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Hello VHFers and all. Anyone looking for my card, please be patient. I have many cards to send out, and will get to them soon. I know many are looking for cards from the
FN07/08 and EN97/98 trip during the Summer of 2013. All cards received, will be returned. Thanks for your patience - 

I will work on doing another batch tonight and all EN97/98 & FN07/08 cards by end of THIS March 

Ihave found a new pleasure in the world of weak signals. I can be found on 50, 144, 432 and 1296MHz while on the base, and very often found DX'ing on the HF bands while mobile.

I also very much enjoy roving or portable operation. Dont forget to look north throughout the year, you never know what grid you may find me in. If I'm in the mobile, most likely I am calling CQ on 144.205 on CW, but it doesnt mean you cant call me SSB. 

APRS MAPSfor Troposheric conditions.If tropo is good, shoot me an email for a sched on 2m , 432 or 1296 SSB, SLOW CW(just learning the code, 7-10 WPM now) or any of the Digital modes. Im always looking for new grids. I can also be found on the 144/432 forum/chathttp://www.on4kst.org/chat/login.php?band=8


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Thanks for looking.

73 de VA3ELE



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