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Greetings from Western Australia.

I have had this call since 10/1994 previous to that i was VK6 NFG (my initials) My main interest is HF DX and mainly on the 20 mtr band i amalso have been involved with the Southern Cross DX Net since the licence alteration allowed limited callsigns on the 20mtr band .

The main transiever in the shack is a Yaesu FT2000 driving a Kenwood TL922A if required, the primary antenna is a TH6 Thunderbird by Hy-Gain at approx. 50ft turned with a small prop pitch rotator which is controlled by a K7NV Green Heron prop pitch controller.

The secondry antenna is a Carolina Windom by Radio Works which is used for 80,40, and 20 mtrs. if the beam is down due to stormy weather or maintenance reasons This antenna is approx 45 ft above ground and favours both East & Westdirections.

I also have 2 mtr and 70 cmtr equipment which i use on our local Bunbury Radio Club repeaters and simplex to other Amateurs in the local area.

 

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