I enjoy working meteor scatter, VHF/UHF weak signals, the amateur radio satellites, as well as HF DX, contesting, and the occasional rag chew. QSLs for me - I use LoTW, however if you'd like a paper card, send one direct with an SASE please, otherwise via the bureau.
Some awards I hold are HF DXCC; VUCC on 6 meters, 2 meters, and satellite; and WAC on 2 meters. Working on obtaining VUCC on 222 MHz and 432 MHz; 6 meter DXCC and 5 band DXCC. Have worked the 48 continental states on 6 meters.
I'm also the QSL manager forHS0ZIO. QSLs from stateside to HS0ZIO must send an SASE; DX stations send an SASE and $1,no IRCs. Without return postage, cards for HS0ZIO will be sent to the outgoing bureau. HS0ZIO also uses LoTW. He is primarily on the digital modes.
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My antenna farm from left to right: Hustler 6BTV HF vertical ground mounted (not seen in this picture). Elk dual band satellite antenna, G5RV. Force 12 C-3SS tribander and M2 222 MHz 10 element beam, on a US Towers MA-40 crank up/tilt over tower. Rohn 25G with an M2 5 element 6 meter beam, and an M2 9 element antenna.
Gear: Elecraft K3/100 with SDR-IQ panadaptor for HF/6 meters. Elecraft K3/100 with Elecraft 144, 222 and 432 MHz transverters. Elecraft KPA-500 HF/6M amplifier, Mirage 120 watt amp for 222 MHz, Mirage 300 watt amp for 2 meters. Several SoftRocks and a FUNcube Dongle for monitoring the bands.
Yaesu FT-857D with an ATAS 120 antenna in the mobile.
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