Welcome to my qrz page,
First licensed in 1968 as WN1JLK. Other calls: WA1JLK, KB1GSY.
Special thanks to Uncle Guy, W1UEA (SK), for starting my ham radio journey.
Also, special thanks to Dave, K1OOJ (SK), for rekindling my ham radio fire in 2001.
Mostly, I work cw with a IC-746Pro.
The HF antenna is a 300 foot horizontal loop, up 50 feet.
Just added full wave delta loops for 30 and 17 meters.
I have an old SB-220, which I've rebuilt, that I sometimes use.
LOTW is good, but I like to see QSLs in the mailbox, so please understand if I send you a card request anyway!
For those of you who QSL direct, thanks for all the wonderful stamps!
Thanks for looking me up, and I hope to work you again soon.
If you can only put up one antenna for 80-10 meters, you can't go wrong with the 80 meter loop. -73's, Rick
Genesis G11 screenshot
The Genesis G-11
.....Member Ellington CERT Team
NORCAL 40A, A real nice kit to build (closest thing to Heathkit nowadays)
Excellent QRP radio (forerunner of the Elecraft line)
My current PSK31/RTTY station:
Certified in Infrared Thermography
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