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Operated by myself Les ZL2JU, and my friend Tony ZL2AGY.

ZL2J was a very modest station operated from my home QTH, a rural hobby farmlet near Levin, a small town of aprox 20,000 people. Being rural there is adequate space for a few antennas if I relocate my wife's ponies.

Equipment - the rig is a K3, and the matching unit is MFJ. Output is around 400 watts from Tony's KPA500 amplifier.   An elderly laptop is used to drive the rig and log QSO's using TR4W software.

The main antenna is a 40 metre quarter wave vertical, elevated, and runs six elevated radials and is fed with a length of hefty coax.  We also have a multi-band dipole with open wire feeders.

I will QSL only if required, via buro. If a direct QSL is required, please supply adequate postage ($US2 or one current IRC) and return addressed envelope, otherwise the reply QSL will be sent via buro.


Les & Tony





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