QSL direct with S.A.S.E, via bureau, or LOTW. Note to SWL stations requesting confirmation of reception reports, please send a S.A.S.E., or S.A.E.(for Dx stations) with $1.00 US dollar with your request.
Hello and thank you for looking me up. If you are going to send a QSL card for WI6J, WI6J/B , I reply usually the same day and enjoy getting the card's(unless via the bureau), and appreciate a S.A.S.E. Most of my work is done on SSB. It is clear to me that my passion for radio is on HF, VHF/UHF SSB. So if you hear me on please give me a call.
Member: ARRL, ARRL/VE, ARRL HF/VUCC Awards manager for Worked All States, Logbook of the World, Bakersfield ContestClub (W6BCC), Kern County-Central Valley ARC, Northern California DX Foundation, 10-10 International Net #74839, 2 Meter BOZO Net #22.
Equipment: ICOM 746, Ameritron AL 811 H, Heathkit SA-2060A transmatch, Cushcraft R-7 vertical, Mosely TA-33jr warc beam, Van Gorden all bander dipole (shorty) , Hy-Gain VB-64DX 6 meter beam for SSB, Cushcraft 13b 2 meter beam for SSB. I do have some Yeasu VHF/UHF equipment, and vertical antennas for FM, but they're not important to list here.
Awards: WAS, WAC, DXCC
Beacon: I have a 28 mhz beacon running here in Bakersfield, Ca DM 05, on 28.287 mhz at 15 W.P.M. 5 watts with a vertical antenna at 35'. Please let me know if you can hear it, I do have beacon cards to send out for all beacon QSL/SWL requests, and would very much like to get your card. Please read QSL info above.
Beacon antenna Transmiter
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