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10-10 international # 74809, Omiss # 5964 (old man international sideband society), SKCC # 9701 and Logbook of The World user. ARRL member as well.

Echolink operation station "K6WMD-L", node # 625448 linked to my home radio in Thousand Oaks, California at 145.700 Mhz simplex, no pl, up 40 feet at 50 watts which is currently disabled. I also have an echolink node "K6WMD-R" #768599 in Camarillo, California. Its on a simplex radio as well up 50 feet at 50 watts on 145.770 Mhz and is fully operational.

I got my first license as KC6MIB in 1990 as a novice.

I currently use a Yaesu FT-897 transceiver and and a Heathkit SB-220 legal limit amplifier which I fully restored. I use a 3 element Hy-Gain tribander on a 40 foot crankup mast mounted on a trailer sometimes through a Dentron Super Tuner if needed. I can take this setup mobile with me. I have a 40 and 80 meter sloper which is hard to see in the photo below as well as my vhf-uhf vertical ground plane on the very top.

I also enjoy experimenting with home brew antennas and still prefer the original digital mode (CW) with a straight key.


Below is my current setup. I have taken down the Heathkit SB-101 transceiver which needs a lot of work.

Below is one of my recent projects. A dummy load in a gallon can with mineral oil. I used 94, one watt 4.7k resistors in parallel between two copper clad boards . That gave me a 50 ohm (actually 50.2 ohms) resistance with no inductive or capacitive reactance. The impedance is ALWAYS 50 ohms and it can easily handle several hundred watts. I filled the can with mineral oil (baby oil) which is non-conductive and used to displace the heat. Works well at 1.5 kilowatts.

Home brew dummy load

I'm currently pursuing my bachelor degree in electronic engineering technology.


If I receive a QSL card from you directly, I will send you one back directly. I now use LoTW (ARRL logbook of the world.)

If I receive a card from you through the OMISS QSL Bureau ( info at www.omiss.net ), I will send one back to you via the "buro." Please do not send any QSL cards through E-QSL.

CONFIRMED 27 entities worked so far toward DXCC award:

Barbados, Chile, Uruguay, Martinique, Marquesas Islands, Isle of Man, Columbia, Japan, Continental United States, Hawaii, Alaska, Puerto Rico, Argentina, Aruba, Brazil, East Kiribati, European Russia, Asiatic Russia, Canada, Australia, Norfolk Island, Mexico, New Zealand, Paraguay, Azores, Bonaire and South Cook Islands (Rarotonga).

Recieved the "Worked All States" award in September of 2012. It only took 20 years ! !


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