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Moved to new QTH on Dec 24, 2009. In June of 2010, decided to go after a vanity call sign after 45 years as WA3MKB

Rig here is a TenTec Orion II and Omni VII. There's a TenTec Hercules II on the Orion II and the Omni VII runs barefoot, mostly for RTTY & PSK-31 & 6 Meters. Also have a TenTec 6N2 for VHF.

The antenna farm includes 100 ft of Rohn 55 topped by a Mosley Pro 96 for 40 through 10, an M2 6M7 for 6 meters and an M2 2M12 for 2 meters. The tower and antenna work were done by John Crovelli, W2GD.

30 Meter antenna is a delta loop at 90 feet

80 meter antenna is a 1/4 wave vertical wire with 2 1/4-wave raised radials

160 meter antenna is a 'T'. Vertical is 62 feet. Top of tee is another 64 feet. The antenna has 2 1/4-wave raised radials

Receiving antennas include 4 double-size flags per ON4UN's great book on Low-Band DXing, and a short (250') Beverage to the south.

I am a member of the Frankford Radio Club and a Life Member of the ARRL

I QSL via LoTW, Direct and via the Buro.

Direct for an SASE please.

I use Outgoing Buro for DX and mail about every 3 months. If you request a QSL via the Buro, it'll go out with my next mailing, 100%.

Logbook of The World is uploaded at the end of every week (on Mondays) for non-contest QSO's and within a week after a contest for those contacts.


Awards Include

DXCC - 320 Confirmed

DXCC 10M - 237 Confirmed

DXCC 12 M - 200 Confirmed

DXCC 15 M - 272 Confirmed

DXCC 17 M - 246 Confirmed

DXCC 20 M - 287 Confirmed

DXCC 30 M - 204 Confirmed

DXCC 40 M - 243 Confirmed

DXCC 80 M - 150 Confirmed

DXCC 160 Mm - 109 Confirmed

DXCC CW- 293 Confirmed

DXCC Phone - 295 Confirmed

DXCC Digital - 109 Confirmed


WAS 160M


WAS Phone


See you on the air



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