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Hi, name is Ron. Retired from Northrop Grumman, Southern California, to Saint Johns, Ariz. in 2004. Licensed since 1956.

Station consists of a Yaesu FT920 with an Ameritron AL811H amplifier and a Dentron Clipperton V on 6 meters with a GI7B conversion. .

Antennas are a CCD dipole on 40/80, a TH7DX  tribander, a 17 meter hex beam and 6 over 6 on 6 meters.

Located on 40 acres at 6100 feet, 5 miles from a power pole in a solar home powered by 54 solar panels, 3 solar trackers, 16 Trojan batteries, A 5.5 kw Trace-Xantrex inverter and a 80 amp Outback voltage controller for the 48 volt system. Wind power is supplied by a 1 kw South West wind generator. Backup generator is a 10 kw, 4 cylinder water cooled Ford engine. Please SASE for QSL. Thank you, W6SJR.

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