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Hello, Thanks for taking the time to look me up. I am Bill Hudson W0WFH ex wa0kbz.

I have been licensed sense 1964, as a Novice WN0KBZ, early in 1965 I upgraded to a general and became WA0KBZ. In the 1970's I upgrade to an Advance keeping the call of WA0KBZ. In June of 2011 after taking some time to think about my old Call I went for a Vanity an got my first choice. W0WFH, WOW How time flys. Sept. 4, 2014 I will have been Licensed 50 years.

I am a NCS for the Maritime Mobile Service Network. My scheduled shift is Sunday Noon to 1pm CST.

I am very active in the Skywarn program of the NWS. I am the NCO of the Central Missouri Skywarn Net on the 145.390 mhz repeater in Linn Mo. It is owned by the Mo. State Highway Patrol Amateur Radio Club. This repeator is direct linked into the NWS in St. Louis, Mo.

I am active on the vhf/uhf bands chasing Meteors contacts around the lower 48 states.

I have also done a little EME maily on moonrises.

My Station is:

Main operating rig is Elecraft K3 with a P3 and a XV144 2 meter transverter

I upgrade my HF amplifier to a solid state 500 watt  Ameritron ALS 500 M.  Retiring my 1975 Heathkit SB 200 it is still working just fine but wanted to retire it before it left me high and dry on day during a newLOL

VHF CONTEST STATION 2 METER WITH TOKYO HY POWER AMP

Back up is a Yaesu Ft 920 160 ~ 6 meters

VHF CONTEST STATION 6 METER

Elecraft K2/100 with XV50 and XV432

VHF CONTEST STATION 70CM WITH 100 WATT BRICK

Yaesu FT 857D mainly on 2 meter FM

Antennas:

W9INN 160/80 sloper 50 ~ 10 ft

Homebrew 1/2 wave vertical on 40 meters ground mounted

40/30 Meter doublet about 30ft.

20/`15/10 meters Mostley TA34xl at 40 ft.

6 Meters Hy Gain 66dxx at 50 ft

2 meters Cushcraft 17B2 at 60ft

70 cm Cushcraft 217WB boomer

FM operations 2m/70cm vertical at 60ft

2 meters VUCC #463, WAS 46/45 missing CA and OR for Work all 48 with out EME

6 meters VUCC #594, DXCC 114/91, WAS #1252

MIXED DXCC 42,404 246/179

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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