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*Please note, I operate from my 2nd home in Las Vegas, NV when I am there*

Initially licensed in October of 2005 as KI4MIU and became W4MJA in Sept of 2006. In February of 2014 I switched my call for the last time over to K4LD.

DXing is my primary focus at the station, but I do enjoy contesting as well. The station consists of two Yaesu FT-1000MP’s with INRAD filters, two Nye Viking MB-VA antenna tuners, two Dunestar 600 band pass filters, and a Ten Tec Centurion 422 amplifier. I also have an FT-857 that gets used for 6M when the band is open. The station is fully capable of operating Single Operator 2 Radio (SO2R) in a contest.

The antennas in my HOA community are a bit of a compromise but still get out very well! They include an N4GG Array – (QST July 2002) for 10/15/20/40 and an inverted vee for 80M. For RX on the Low Bands, I have a K9AY loop.

Awards include DXCC and WAS. Currently working on 5B DXCC.

Other hobbies include running and physical fitness as well as traveling.

Professionally, I am in the hospitality industry, specializing in food and beverage operations within 4 and 5 star hotels. 

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