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Greetings from Kingston, ON (pop 125,000) located on the north shore of Lake Ontario. Kingston is situated roughly half-way between Toronto, Ontario and Montreal, Quebec, Canada's two largest cities.

A little bit about Kingston   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kingston,_Ontario

I've been licensed since 1990 and most of my time is spent on RTTY trying to finish off 5 band WAS. Current DXCC total is 227.

Upper photo is the current shack. Picture below is my A3S, DX-B sloper and homebrew end fed on the tower. The end-fed is selectable for use either as a noise antenna for the ANC-4, or as an all band antenna thru the tuner. The bottom picture is my panadapter display from the FT990. The first IF signal @ 47.210 MHz is fed to a $10 DVB-T Tuner Dongle. Software is HDSDR. Radio is CAT controlled so literally point, click and QSY.

Station lineup:

Yaesu FT-990AC (V1.3), Yaesu SP-6, TenTec 229 2KW tuner, Yaesu FL2100-B, Yaesu G450-XL , Swan WM-2000 , Timewave ANC-4, Kenwood PC1-A (modified for digital work)

Please note, due to high Canada Post mailing costs I no longer send out cards. I upload logs to LOTW weekly.



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