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First of all:

I am sorry, but I do not collect QSL Cards anymore. However if you like a confirmation you can either use eQSL
or you can request a QSL confirmation via email and I will send QSL via email back to you (PDF format).

Please label the subject line "QSL request from {your call}", thanks.

So with that out of the way.

G'day from OZ.
I live in the suburb of Gordon, around 25km south of the CBD of Canberra. QTH Locator: QF44mm.
My main band of operation are 40m & 10m.The antennas I use, are a 40m Lazy-D, a ZS6BKW dipole
,
a disconne for VHF and UHF and a phased horizontal dipole array for VHF.

TRX: Yeasu FTDX5000MP, Elecraft K3, ICOM IC-7000 (VHF/UHF)
RX: SDR-IQ, AFREDRI-SDR-NET, FA-SDR, RTL-Dongle
Mobile: IC-706M2G Tarheel MA-40 THP-HL450

More info about me can be found here at VK1HW.

Below is a view of the meager antenna farm at VK1HW. View is from the south-west, e.g.looking down from the hill accross the road. You should be able to see the three skyhooks that hold the Lazy-D.

The front Eucalyptus Tree and the right skyhook hold the ZS6BKW, a G5RV derivate.

QTH of VK1HW

 

2011 Shack
2m omni directional VK1HW Shack

 

Since 04/2011 I'm also the callsign holder of VK5HW which I use when I'm mobile/portable in South Australia.

BTW: If I'm not on the air, you can connect to my SDR's via the internet, either via the Web or by downloading SDR Console v1.5 or SDR Console v2.x . If you need information on SDR Console go to the SDR Radio or SDR Radio v2 web site.

 

Take care, best 73 and good DX.

Hauke.

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