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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 231.

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

73,

Here's the current shack

Cushcraft A3S and Alpha Delta DX-B make up the antenna farm (the wire below

the DX-B is my homebrew end-fed that I use for noise sensing with the ANC-4)

1st IF Panadaptor display from the FT990 (47.21 MHz IF)

My FL-2100B amp. Wired for 240V, runs easy 600W+ on all bands. New HV

caps, resistors and diodes. Auxillary cooling fan and LED back lighting.

 

 

 

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