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All my antennas are home-brewed. The annotated aerial above indicates the location of the dipoles and verticals, some of which are detailed at these links:

During the day I spend my ham time chasing DX or filling in states with JT9 (I have WAS in just about every other mode, except SSTV). At night almost exclusively on 160 meters with my experimental 160 meter vertical. Please see more details HERE, and be sure to scroll to the bottom of the page to see my latest states (I have all "Lower 48, so far) as well as my longest-distance QSOs (Russia wins)
My daughter Jennifer (who got her Technician license in February 2010 and passed the General test just six months later, in August 2010) is KB1TSU. Work us both in the same mode and you will be awarded the "Worked all Kruh" Award.
Here are my latest 15 QSOs and, if I am on the air, my current frequency.



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