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Hi there,

Thanks for looking me up.

QTH is in the Peel inlet in lovely Mandurah, home of the blue swimmer crab and bottle nose dolphin.

Been here about 8 years.

The antenna is now a Hustler 6 band trap vertical and my first DX contact with it was Hawaii on 40m.

(Thanks to Jack W1FDY on the Southern Cross Net. Check in on 14.238.50)

Radio is an Icom IC-706 Mk1. HF power is around 400 Watts.

If we work CW I thank you for your patience, I am very rusty but want to try again.

Enjoy your DX. Best 73's

de VK6SMK

Op Steve

 

 

New Antenna going in and now 20 radials of various lengths at 1/4 wavelength

It uses a DX Engineering tilt over bracket (The flag is for Australia Day)

 

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