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QSL's - Lately I have been getting quite a few QSL requests without receiving SASE's. I am not a card collector except for rare awards. So I would appreciate receiving SASE's for return of my card. When I request a card from someone, I am glad to send an SASE. Thank you.

Herb Station mgr for WA2FGK

After several years of in-activity on the microwave bands due to our UHF and Microwave tower blowing down, we are gearing up for another year with Bigger Antennas,and MORE POWER on ALL BANDS. Thanks to Steve at Down East Microwave, for his guidance and help,

WA2FGK is Andy Furlong--Retired High School Electronics Teacher, and former Senior RF/Microwave Technician with Microwave Semidonductor and Anadigics Corp, is also a member of the USCG Auxiliary. Licensed since 1959

STATION MANAGER/OPERATOR: Herb Krumich--K2LNS Licensed since 1958

We are operating from 50MHz through10 ghz with the following Power Levels:--50 MHz with 1250 Watts---144 MHz with 1500 Watts---222 MHz with 1500 Watts---432 MHz with 1500 Watts---903 MHz with 550 WATTS---1296 MHz with 300 WATTS--- 2304 MHz with 200 WATTS---3456 MHz with 100 WATTS-5 GHZ 16 watts ---10GHz with 20 WATTS---

SIXTowers covering 10 Bands. Location: 2100 Feet ASL--Located in FN21BF Bear Creek Pa.

Four 33 element K1FO's for 432 EME

50 mhz 6 over 6 and two tribanders ( Highest one locked Europe - Low One locked West )

432 mhz 4 x 25 el K1FO - 30 inch dish for 5 and 10 ghz - Top is a 146 mhz K1FO FM vertical

1296 on top 2 x 55el loopers - Bottom is long yagi for 222 mhz.

Microwave Tower Top2304 4 x72 el loopers - Middle 3456 4 x 112 el - Bottom 903 4 x 45 el loopers

144 mhz 4 x 12 element Directive Systems Used for contests and EME

Microwave table - Omni radio drives transverters from 903 to 10 ghz

This table runs 50 mhz to 432 all KW's - 144 and 432 do EME

Here is my low band system - Omni 7 and an old Drake L7 - 99% CW on 160 to 10 meters

My best friend Elaine K3VQR ready to head out to four grids

Here is our 5 and 10 ghz roversystem 3 watts on both bands

Antennas: Number of Elements: 50 Mhz---6 over 6 ---144 MHz--4 x 12 el full elevation -- 222 MHz---7 wave-length Yagi---432 MHz-- 4 - 25 el Directive Systems--- 903 MHz---188 element Loop Quad---1296 MHz-- 220 Element Loop Quad-- 2304 MHz-- 288 Element Loop Quad---3456 MHz---448 Element Loop Quad ---5 and 10 GHz-- 30 inch Dish-Dual-Feed

Andy adjusting the 1296 feed on the 12 foot dish

We now are able to do EME on 144 - 432 and 1296.

Bella in the rover position ( She eats cars - People have no chance )

Buy a piece of property for ham radio at over 2,000 asl - Then build a house

Big pile up calling WA2FGK on 144 mhz JT65B

 

570 829-2695 wa2fgk@yahoo.com

web site www.wa2fgk.com

We look forward to working our old friends and meeting new ones. Upon our return, we will make postings on the prop loggers.

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