Thanks for visiting my QRZ page. I go by "Mac" and not "Lionel". I log all contacts on QRZ, LOTW and ClubLog. I would appreciate your confirming our QSO.
During the Centennial QSO Party LOTW confirmed contacts are worth 12 points.
I was issued my novice license, KA8BXM in 1978.
The operating station in my loft consists of an Icom IC-7600, Heil GM Elite mic, LDG AT-600ProII autotuner and Ameritron ALS-600 amplifier and TenTec Jupiter in backup. I also have a secondary station, a Yaesu FT-897D, MD-100 mic with LDG AT-897 tuner. I use a Yaesu FT-857D, Little Tarheel II and TurboTuner mobile.
HF antennas are a 3 element mono-band beam for 17 meters (homebrew with 20' 6" boom), 160 meter full wave loop fed with 450 ohm ladder line and resonant 75 meter dipole.
West Virginia will participate in the ARRL Centennial Oct 22-Oct 28, 2014.
For information including Time/Band Slots visit West Virginia W1AW/8 Centennial Operation
My friend, Steve, NM7J/HS0ZHB has introduced me to a new arena of amateur radio that I would like to share with you.
Weak Signal Propagation Reporter
If online and reporting, I will usually be on 17 meters.
The mailing address is Hillsboro but I am physically located in Seebert, 2 miles east on the Greenbrier River.
Seasonal population: 43 winter & 85 summer
Lat 38.1281 N Long -80.1769 W 2072 ASL
Follow this link to learn more about Pocahontas County, WV
I am a Vietnam Vet and life member of the VFW
73 de W8LMG "Mac"
All contacts are logged on QRZ.com and uploaded to LOTW and CLUBLOG
CQ CQ HAWAII 160 M CQ CQ HAWAII 160 M
1120563 Last modified: 2014-07-21 22:50:20, 9246 bytes
You must be logged in to file a report on this page