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Please inculude an Self Address Envolope "SAE" with your QSL.

I now have a LOTW account. To easy free and fast. If you LoTW for me I'll eQSL for you.

I am bound to have a shot at most ham stuff! Been licensed since late 80's, my previous calls were VK2MKH (novice) and VK2KEH (combined call).

Interested in HF DX. Flogged off most of the microwave stuff. Huge loss of interest. Sick of dealing with dick heads. I'll just stick to HF. But if need be I can be QRV on all bands up to 76 GHz and light still.

Enjoy building LARGE wire antennas. Just magic what you can do with a roll of electric fence wire and few large trees - and I have 30 acres so I have a good selection of 25m+ trees to choose from.

Now enjoying "Summits of the Air" SOTA. Nice to go for a walk or bike ride in the bush and play QRP HF as well. You can read about my activations on my SOTA Blog.

My antennas at the moment are:

40 ~ 10m - Unterminated rhombic 4 wavelengths/leg on 20m aimed at EU/SA

40 ~ 10m - Unterminated rhombic 4 wavelengths/leg on 20m aimed at NA/AF *NEW RHOMBIC* mmmmmm rhombic....

30 ~ 10m - Lazy-H (2 x EDZ on 10m) fed with 600 Ohm line aimed at NA/AF

80m - 22m Vertical with 60 20m radials & 4 40m radials & 4 120m radials.

160m - 22m "L" on the same ground & dipole.

2 bi directional beverages 180m long. Aimed at US/AF & EU/SA

1 unterminated 420m long beverage

Thanks for looking.

A QSL direct will get the same please include SAE. Don't do Buro takes too long.

Matt -VK2DAG- -W3DAG-

Looking East.  Tuggurah Lakes top Left and Pacific.

Looking West Looking West.  Nuffin...

Shack top left Shack top left.

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