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All QSLs for WW4LL go to Mike, W2GR who has graciously taken on the task as QSL Manager.  SASE required if you would like a card back or QSL via LOTW or Bureau.  I prefer LOTW please.

NO E-QSLs and NO QRZ confirmations please.  

73'....Fred, WW4LL

PJ4/WW4LL March 2012 QSOs were uploaded to LOTW. All paper QSLs for PJ4/WW4LL via K4BAI.

PJ4Z was used during 2012 WPX SSB contest and 2015 WPX SSB.  All QSOs were uploaded to LOTW for 2012 and will be, for 2015 WPX SSB. All paper QSLs for PJ4Z will be confirmed via K4BAI.

This is a modest station with 87 foot Rohn 45 tower that is maxed out with a 2 element 40 meter Optibeam at 105 ft, stacked 16 Element OB16-3 Optibeams and a 4 element Force 12 20 Meter Monobander fixed on EU.  The station is complimented with a ZEROFIVE 80 meter 4 square.  Other antennas include an Inverted L for 160, 40 and 80 meter dipoles and the Array Solutions SAL-30 Shared Array Loop for RX which is awesome for a station like mine on a small footprint. 

Next project here is to suspend a quad for 10 thru 40 between to 80 to 90 ft GA Pine trees fixed on the Carribean.

Inside the shack, running 3 Yaesu FTDX 5000 radios, Indoor Array Solutions 8 Pak, 4O3A band pass filters and Triplexer rated at 4.5 KW, and Microham interfaces.  Running N1MM + for contests and everyday logging which is an outstanding performer.

Hope to see you in the contests!


73'....Fred, WW4LL


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