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Licensed since 1973, thankful for so much time in this great hobby and the fun of communicating with the thousands of friends I've made on the bands. My QTH is on the edge of the swamp. a great location for HF propagation: southern latitude, high water table, brackish ground water and unobstructed takeoff.

I'm found on 7138 most evenings.

Antenna Systems: JK Hawk 3L on 40M, 5L on 20M, Force 12 4BA 3L on 17-10M, 6L 6M, all fed with hardline on Pirod solid rod steel broadcast tower, various wire antennas, loop, sloper,  inverted L, Orion M2800 rotor, Green Heron RT-12 Controller, Palstar AT5K Tuner, Hamation shacklan station automation network, software controlled remote switch. 

JK Hawk Antenna 40m NEC4 Model

Yagi Lineup: JK Hawk, 6M and Force 12 4BA

27 Yards of Concrete, Tower weight 7 tons

Rebar cage and ufer ground

Tower viewed from 500m

Majestic pines, great for stringing wire!

Well above the treeline

Elevated radials

80m Vertical  pictured above. My QTH is on the edge of the swamp in an agricultural area in the Western communities of Palm Beach County Florida. A beautiful place to view the glory of God's creation.


Thanks for visiting! God Bless!

73 Matt, W1MBB


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Trustee of KP2VI 




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