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I have recently added 25,000 QSO's on LOTW. I will still be glad to use the buro, but LOTW will be quicker

Who is K2LNS ? Perhaps if your a VHF - UHF - Microwave - EME operator, you might have heard of me. I have been very active for over fifty years on bands from 50 mhz through 10 ghz. Most of my operating has been with different call signs. Such as WA2FGK. You can further see this Mountain location on the www.wa2fgk.net web site.

This location was picked out for ham radio and then a home was built. I've been trying to get a bit more active on the low bands, between monthly activity on 144, 432 and 1296 EME. Although VHF contesting takes preference.

Our equipment consists of the following.. 160 - 10 meters Omni 7 and L7 amp.. 50 mhz runs an 8877 - 144 mhz runs an 8877 - 222 runs a pair of 3CX800 - 432 amp is an 8938 - 903 runs 550 watts - 1296 is about 275 watts. On 1296 EME we run 500 watts - 2304 has 200 watts and 3456 runs 100 watts. 5 ghz is 16 watts and 10 ghz has 20

I will continue to update pictures and info as time permits

For QSL purposes. I am not a collector although thousands of cards are filed neatly in drawers. I will be glad to either QSL the bureau or if you want a card direct, please send me an SASE

Recently raised is an Eantenna 3 element 40 meter beam at 90 feet

These are 4 x 12 element yagi's for 144 mhz. Used for contests or can elevate for EME

From the bottom 4 x 45 el on 903 - 4 x 112 el for 3456 and - 4 x 72 el for 2304

2 x 55 element loopers for 1296 and a long yagi for 222

4 x 25 element yagi's for 432. In the middle on top is a 144 mhz FM yagi. And the dish is for 5 and 10 ghz.

A stack of six element yagi's on 50 mhz and two tribanders.

4 x 33 elements used for 432 mhz EME

A beautiful day in Bear Creek Twp, Pa (Pocono Mountains) at 2,010 asl. Shack on the left

Here is our rover 5 and 10 ghz system. Transverters are mounted on the rear of the dish

Andy WA2FGK making adjustments on the 12 foot dish for EME on 1296 and 2304

Here is Bella looking for DX

My best friend Elaine, heading out roving 50 through 10 ghz

903 mhz to 10 ghz operating table

Our lucky day. A ton of 144 mhz EME stations calling me

Omni 7 and L7 amp for 160 - 10 meters

This is my 50 - 144 - 222 - 432 operating position

 

 

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