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I was first licensed as WN9KGQ in 1964, with my station located in Stevens Point, WI. I became WA9KGQ in 1965

I moved to Madison WI in 1967 to attend college, and remained there until 1983. I then moved to Milwaukee WI and in 1989 became WF9X.

In 1998 I changed my call to W9GA using the vanity call process. This call had previously been held by famous Milwaukee amateur Erv Weinman.

My current QTH is located on a nice hilltop just northwest of Milwaukee in Colgate WI. (Germantown) I am located on 1.5 acres, and have 50-1296 MHz antennas on a 10 foot mast into an 8 foot Glen Martin quad tower on the roof. (CCI covenants unfortunately) On HF I run a Hy Gain trap vertical on 10-40M

My greatest effort is on 50 MHz, with a pair of 5 element vertical M2 antennas on the roof, and capable of elevation for EME contacts.

I solicit QSLs for new grids and countries,and do plan to install LoTW once I get my QSOs in an electronic database. If you need a confirmation from my log,please send a SASE with your card. Foreign stations please an SAE, I will cover the postage.

 

Thanks and 73, I hope to QSO you sometime:

Ken W9GA

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