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Email : W4VKU@yahoo.com

Handle : KRISH

3Element Steppir DB-18 cranks up to 70ft

3Element steppir rotates around the tree at 50ft

40m 2Ele yagi is helping small Dx stations log NA & NC for a new one

W7IUV Rotatable Flag antenna

W7IUV rotatable Rx flag antenna

For VU4PB related Qsl, please check http://www.arsi.info/

For VU7LD related Qsl, please check http://www.arsi.info/vu7

For 8Q7KP related Qsl, please check http://www.qrz.com/db/8q7kp

For VU7KV related Qsl, please check http://www.qrz.com/db/vu7kv

For VU7AG related QSL, please check http://www.qrz.com/db/VU7AG

For VU4K related QSL, please check http://www.qrz.com/db/VU4K

QSL procedure:

- Please write the Callsign of the expedition on the envelope

- Make sure you email and have any logs corrected BEFORE requesting QSLs. We process the QSL in bulk and

we can eliminate log validation at card processing time, thus speeding up the process

- All our cards are foldable cards, so if you are sending multiple requests, please ensure the envelope will hold the card(s)

- Self adhesive, peelable envelopes are preferable and are easy to dispatch and times often is faster to process. We hold envelopes that require the glue to be made wet to stick and close them. It delays the dispatching.

VU7AG/VU4K Expedition QSL requests: Please follow the directions posted in the expedition webpage.

The typical request is $3 + Self addressed envelope (if u have difficulty sending $3, please email me. We will help you)

You are supporting to defray some of the costs of the expedition.

This only helps us to shoot for a breakeven and to invest in the next expedition.


W4VKU contact QSL reqeust procedure:

QSL direct or via bureau for W4VKU contacts. My station logs are uploaded to LOTW on a periodic basis for

DXCC and award purposes. I upload eQSL.cc just to help fellow amateurs who use that system, but i track

only DXCC/WAS via LOTW. I prefer LOTW/eQSL due to ease of use.

W4VKU contact Direct QSL requests receive immediate attention. US stations, please send me a SASE. Requests from other countries

should be accompanied by a SELF addressed envelope + 1 IRC or $2 US.


My son collects stamps of all countries. If you are sending me some cancelled stamps from any country for his

collection, then please feel free to skip the $ or the 1IRC. We will make sure you get a return card by direct

international mail. The default for missing the requirements above will result in the card getting sent out via the bureau.

Bureau cards get batched and i send them out when i have a good size package.


My Station comprises a Yaesu FT-990, Raytheon Ray 152, Kenwood TS-480SAT+RemoteRig for HF.

Rigexpert TI-5 for CW and digital modes.

The amplifiers are an Alpha 9500, Acom 1000,TL922A and an SB200.

All antenna here are resonant, but we have a Palstar AT5K tuner, if minor touch up is needed or if rain changes the

Swr on the ladder line of the G5RV.


The HF antenna listing is as follows.

G5RV - 80m, at about 65ft in the N-S direction.

Inv-L for 160m (70ft high, 60 ft horizontal, with 21 79ft long radials)

Quater wave vertical for 80m (shares same radial field for the 160m L) and is fed via separate coax.

Yagi #1 - 3Element Steppir(6-20m) at 50ft.

Yagi #2 - Steppir DB-18 40m-6m(2Ele 40m,1Ele 30m,3Ele 20-10m, 4Ele -6m)on a 68ft telescoping tower.

Rx antenna - Rotatable Flag for 160m/80m based on W7IUV design.


My primary interests are Dxing. I also contribute to the Community Emergency response team associated with the

Cary Fire Department. I Love to travel the world, see places and meet Hams.

I hope to hear you on the bands quite soon.

Have fun on the bands. 73's krish

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