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Between March 17, 2012 and July 6, 2014 I have worked 220 DXCC

all Barefoot (100 Watts) all using various wire antennas.

Greetings from the New Jersey Shore

Thanks for the lookup. First of all if you are here it means that either we had a QSO or you hearing me in QSO so please say hello to me. My name is Hiram and I been hamming since 1995. I enjoy both DX and ragchew. I can be found working HF bands only although I have plans for VHF/UHF in the future. At this point I do ot have an amplifier so am working barefoot only. I have recently upgraded my license class and call sign and have decided to start all over working DXCC, WAS, WAC, etc.

My Rig

My radio these days is a Kenwood TS-430S. Nice little radio. Receives well and has pretty good DX audio. I plan to get an amp soon but I am enjoying barefoot contacts.

My Antennas

My antennas are all wire antennas and most are monoband. I have a 260ft zepp antenna I use for 160 and 80/75 meters, a Lazy H which I use on 40-10 meters and Delta Loops which seem to work great for me.

My Location

I live in a great area for Ham Radio. Only a couple of miles from the ocean and flat terrain. The ground is mostly sand. There isnt any rock in my yard. When it rains it never puddles. I can actually put in a ground rod with my bare hands (even though I didnt). By far the place for DX of any I ever lived in. Since having moved here in February 2006 I have worked 291 DXCC. Not bad considering most of it was at the bottom of the propagation cycle. Great location, lots of room for antennas, no pesky neighbors and my very own highway exit sign. How can I ask for more?

My email address is wv2h@hotmail.com. Thanks

73 de WV2H, Hiram

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