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OMISS # 7791 / 10-10 # 76216 / YL System # 16614 /AMSAT # 38546

With Regard to QSL cards and contact confirmations, I do LoTW, QRZd, eQSL, and Direct. Regarding Direct. No need for money or IRC's. I do appreciate reciprocation so your card is much appreciated but not a requirement to get my card. That said, if you need my card rapidly just email me with your request for a card and provide me with your mailing address and I will drop one in the mail as soon as possible.

The Photo on the upper right corner of this page is my pal Casey. Casey and me are pretty much inseperable. He goes where I go. The photo's following the certificate below are of my modest ham shack located in the family room of our house. 

Below is my Yaesu FT-950 with 12V switching power supplies to the left. On top is the external Yaesu speaker and the Yaesu DMU-2000 data management unit. On top of those is a Yaesu FT-897 that is used primarily for a base station 6M, 2M, and 70CM radio. To the right is my MFJ-891 in line RF power meter. To the right of the FT-950 is my Tokyo Hy-Power HL-1.5KFX Solid State Amp running on 120V AC and for the most part works as advertised and will hopefully do so for a very long time as the company no longer exists so this gear is now collectors items.

 

 

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