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(Formerly WB5DNT)

Radio Friends,

While my mailing address is Granbury in Hood County, Texas (EM12di), most of my operations actually are from Hamilton County, Texas (EM01wo). Additionally, I frequently operate HF mobile from Hamilton, Hood, Somervell and Erath counties in Texas, along with others.

Amateur radio affiliations include Life membership in ARRL, the ARRL Diamond Club, member #100 of ARRL's Maxim Society, Charter membership #297 of CW Ops, the Northern California DX Foundation, the Lone Star DX Association, the Central Texas DX & Contest Club and the Southeastern DX Club.

QSL Direct to the above Callbook address or via the Buro. All logs are uploaded to LOTW and e-QSL. Please send an SASE for county or 6 meter grid square confirmations.

If you are in the North Central Texas area and have a VHF radio, please give a shout on the W5DNT Repeater, located 20 miles west of Glen Rose, utilizing a 300' tower atop Chalk Mountain and providing wide area access. The QRG is 145.43 MHz, with a minus offset and a PL of 162.2 Hz. In the Hamilton, Texas area, the K5AB Repeater is available on 146.92 MHz, with a minus offset and a PL of 100 Hz. Both repeaters are affiliated with multi-county ARES and RACES groups, and are available for emergency use. Both systems are open access joint projects of K5AB and W5DNT, and are available for all radio amateurs to enjoy.

Please visit my web site at http://www.W5DNT.com

73, Good DX & God Bless! (73 DX es GB)

Dan White


RM-11708, "It's Bad for Amateur Radio!!"

Please help save narrowband modes such as CW, RTTY, PSK, JT65, etc. from wideband "quasi-encrypted" interference and automated HF email servers. RM-11708 MUST BE STOPPED.

For more information, please visit http://savecw.com/ and http://savertty.com/ for full details and instructions on how you may get involved and file comments with the FCC! 

Click Here for Instructions to File Comments with FCC

Click Here to See W5DNT's Formal Comments to the FCC

Click Here to See W5DNT's Formal Input to the ARRL RM-11708 Bandplanning Subcommittee



4 Element SteppIR at Ranch QTH


Hamilton County Ranch Station (EM01wo)


Hood County Station (EM12di)


W5DNT/KL7 in July 2009






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