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First licensed in 1968 as WN1JLK, other calls: WA1JLK, KB1GSY.

In my family, my dad, 2 uncles, and my grandfather were hams. I am following the path of those who have gone before.

Thanks to Uncle Guy, W1UEA (SK), for starting me on the ham radio journey (1967). smiley

My life was very busy with work and family, so I was completely out of radio from 1985 - 2001. sad

Special thanks to Dave, K1OOJ (SK), for rekindling my ham radio fire in 2001. smiley

I've been having a ball with ham radio ever since. yes

Mostly, I work CW with a IC-746Pro, barefoot. I like to go mobile/portable with the QRP rigs: FT-817, and NORCAL 40A. There are several portable antenna combinations I'm experimenting with.

Just started chasing DX seriously in 2014. I've over 215 countries confirmed, all with wire antennas.

HF antennas: Lots of wire around here: 300 foot horizontal loop (2 wavelengths on 40 mtrs) up 40-60 feet. Nested, full wave delta loops for 30, 17, and 12 meters up 45 feet at the top. All the antennas are held up by tall trees. Over the last 10 years, trees have toppled, and branches have broken. It's a constant battle to keep the wires in the air, but it is well worth the effort.

Liked to build kits and experiment with antennas since I was a teenager. I've had fun building and learning SDR radio with the Genesis G-11. So many ham projects and so little time!

Its exciting to see QSLs in the mailbox, so please understand if I send you a card request! wink

For those of you who QSL direct, thank you for all the wonderful stamps! laugh

Thanks for looking me up, and I hope to work you again soon.




The Loop

 If you can only put up one antenna for 80-10 meters, you can't go wrong with the 80 meter horizontal loop. -73's, Rick




Genesis G11 screenshot


The Genesis G-11

Updated 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:






























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QRZ Logbook Summary for - W1HEN
Latest Contacts for W1HEN at QRZ.com
dedateband mode grid Country op
K1N 2015-02-03 15m SSB FK28lj Navassa Island 2015 Navassa DXpedition The KP1-5 Project
G0RRZ 2014-08-09 20m SSB IO93JD England Richard Carrington
JT1AA 2014-08-06 17m CW ON37kw Mongolia Gantulga Ts
TG9AHM 2014-08-02 17m SSB EK44ro Guatemala EMMANUEL H. MIERES G. (Manny)
TF2MSN 2014-07-31 20m SSB HP84xh Iceland Odinn Thor
KG5DBJ 2014-07-13 17m SSB EM41re United States NATHAN T LEGRAND
ON6NB 2013-05-26 17m SSB JO20ew Belgium radioclub grimbergen
VE2PID 2012-07-16 40m CW FN45bj Canada Pierre Desjardins
W4VPI 2012-06-03 80m CW FM07ag United States ANTHONY P SWEENEY
N1KLK 2011-06-22 80m SSB FN42ld United States KEITH L KENNEDY
PA3FIC 2011-04-17 15m SSB JO22ga Netherlands HPA VAN GERWEN
DL5KCZ 2011-04-17 15m SSB JO30ox Germany Manfred Dudde
K5JAZ 2011-03-05 20M PSK31 EM32da United States JAMES A BROWN
K4YEA 2011-02-20 80m PSK31 EM80iu United States DONALD E VOLLENWEIDER
KJ4WLN 2011-02-03 30m PSK31 EM75jd United States Kevin T Welch

Book Totals: 24 qso's   19 confirmed Get a free logbook at QRZ.COM

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