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Hello and thanks for stopping by. I have a been a radio amateur since 1980 but off the air for most of the last 20 years. I just recently re-joined the on-air ranks in January of 2014.

My station is modest. I have an Elecraft KX3 transceiver and two antennas. For HF I use a parallel dipole at 18 feet off the ground, cut for 40 meters, 20 meters, and 10 meters. For 6 meters I have a 3-element loop-fed-array, built to G0KSC's specifications, installed at just over 1 wavelength off the ground, rotated via a Yaesu G-450A rotator.

I added the Elecraft KXPA100 amplifier in August 2014 and am no longer just QRP!

My QTH is about 15 miles east/northeast of Orlando, FL.

The image I use for my QSL card is a photo that I shot of boats on the pier at sunset. While it's not my shack, it is representative of scenery found in Florida.

73s and I hope to meet you on the air again soon!

Jim

 

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