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Lookups:   4666

QSL: A DIRECT QSL WITH SAE (NO STAMP NEEDED) GETS A DIRECT QSL BACK.

W6QU is exclusively a QRP station using 5 watts or less.

 

Op: Bill Parker

>>> I have just started using JT65. Please excuse any mistakes or clumsy operating!! <<<

 

 

W6QU is used from the station of W8QZA, Bill Parker. You can go to W8QZA to see the details of the operator and the station.

W6QU is a club call that is used in contests and often outside of contests.

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Radios:

Elecraft K-2, 5 watt version

Yaesu FT-817 is used for Digital modes and 6 Meters

Antennas:

3 el SteppIR up 10 m for 10, 12, 15, 17, and 20 meters

Force 12 Sigma 40-XK vertical for 30 meters

Butternut HF-2V vertical which is used on 40 and 80 meters.

Inverted L for 160 M

 

QSL information:

1. Please send your QSL with a Self Addressed Envelope (no stamp needed) to the above address and a card will be sent direct within a day or two.

2. All QSOs are uploaded to LoTW at the end of each month and after each contest.

 

WAS: Triple Play with LoTW (Jan 7, 2014)

DXCC Totals Confirmed with LoTW

(I do not collect QSLs for W6QU)

 

Award Selected      
Mixed 271      
CW 236      
Phone 205      
Digital 135      
160M 7      
80M 36      
40M 103      
30M 52      
20M 186      
17M 131      
15M 200      
12M 137      
10M 162      
6M 3      
Challenge 1011      

 

 

 

 

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