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I was first licensed in 1956 as KN0ESP, in South Dakota. I started working DX soon after getting my license and have been ever since. I later became K0ESP, followed by W6HJA in California in 1967. Following a move to New York, in 1973, I became W2HFW, and another move back to California in 1977, I became W6XI.

Nearly all my DXing is on 40 and 160 meters where I have a three element Yagi on 40 and a 1/4 wave upright L sloper on 160. I do some 6 meters activity with an 8 element Yagi on a 41 foot boom. My receiving antenna on 160 and 80 is the K9AY loop.

My equipment consists of an Icom IC-7600, a Commander HF 2500 amplifier on HF, and a Lunar Link LA-62A on 6 meters. The antennas are typically at 70 and 80 feet.

I have been on the DXCC honor roll for well over 20 years and currently have worked all entities on the active DXCC list.

If you hear me on, give me a call.

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