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Of course, the antenna is a SteppIR 2E Yagi with 40/30m loop, which is all I could fit on my city lot. I'm thinking there will be a DB11 up there in the not so distant future. I also have a K3 Transceiver and just about every boat anchor you can think of - Hallicrafters, Swan, National, Atlas, Drake, Gonset, Collins etc. I love the old gear! I have a 4-1000 amplifier that is pristine, but it's so big I have to keep it at the SteppIR factory!

I have been licensed since 1979, prior call signs: KA7EXC, N7CID, W7AGV.  Primary interest in ham radio is working DX, mostly on CW but will get on SSB as well. QTH has a 600 ft hill completely blocking me due East from North to South, but have a beautiful westward shot over the salt water of Puget Sound from North to South. Unfortunately, also have S9 noise much of the time - love the filters and DSP of the K3!

 

 

 

 

That's me in the picture showing off the great westward path from SW to NW!

 

 

 

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