Please, Log me here on QRZ.com
If you are here then either you just heard my call or we just worked. I started using my Logbook here as my primary log and upload to LOTW monthly. I only check eQSL.cc occasionally so don't count on it.
Thank You for taking a moment to log me or confirm a QSO
W4CJB/B (Beacon) is on the air. The frequency is 28.254 Mhz.
I Started running a beacon on Feb 27, 2011.
The beacon itself is a converted, old 23 channel cobra 29 cb and uses a PicoKeyer-Plus kit from HamGadgets for the keyer.
It is putting 2 watts into a 10 meter hamstick at about 15 feet.
The cb conversion is in large part credited to WJ5O- Bill. Without his help I most likely would have just trashed the project.
Please send me an email if you log it. - firstname.lastname@example.org
The beacon message:
" DE W4CJB/B W4CJB/B W4CJB/B EM60 2WATT OMNI "
Greetings, Thanks for the call
Here's the Personal:
1st Licensed as Technician - November 2009 as KJ4QOB
Upgraded to General - February 2010
Upgraded to Amatuer Extra - December 16, 2010
Vanity call received - August 23, 2011 - W4CJB
OM created - October 4, 1967
XYL - AK4EO
Equipment as follows:
Yeasu FT-897, Yaesu FT-817, Icom IC-718, Icom ID-880H, Icom IC-2200H, Yaesu FT-1802, Vectronics VC300DLP Tuner
Cushcraft R-7000, Antron 99, G5RV and 120 ft OCF dipole (both dipoles are home built)
For 2m/70cm base a dual band Tram 1481, and for backup an Arrow J pole and homebrew Copper pipe J pole
I also hold a GMRS license (WQLG268)
I am the current President of the Walton County Amateur Radio Club. WF4X.COM
I am the WF4X repeater trustee. (147.285mHz, 145.230mHz, 146.9625mHz D*Star, 443.100mHz D*Star)
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