Notice - I DO NOT use or monitor QRZ LOGBOOK... Please QSL via eQSL, LoTW or direct
♦ Note that I am mostly on D-STAR monitoring XRF002A, REF030C or REF001C ♦
Be sure to tune in on D-STAR Round Table Forum Thursday nights at 9:00PM MST on XRF002A. Go to website http://d-star-roundtable.boards.net/ for more details...
Radio's: FT-950, FT2D, VX-3R, MD-380, IC-2820H, IC-80AD, ID-51A+, DV-Dongle, DVAP (UHF), DVMega (dual-band) hotspot. Note: I use my IC-2820H in dual-band cross-band mode (both bands on FM) with the UHF side on the same frequency as the DVAP hotspot. I can then work the D-STAR DVAP hotspot through the IC-2820H with a VHF D-STAR radio for several miles. IC-2820H running 50 watts on VHF to dual-band antenna mounted on a 50' tower.
Antenna's: Mosley TA-33JR-WARC Yagi, M2 6M3 6m Yagi, Cushcraft A27010S VHF/UHF dual-band yagi, Diamond X510HD VHF/UHF dual-band vertical and a Windom wire antenna that is used on 160-10 meters.
HF yagi is up about 48' and the 6-meter yagi is up about 53' on a self-supporting BX tower. Windom is connected at the 40' level.
I was first licensed in Boise, Idaho 1961 as KN7REX at the age of 12 (Novice) and upgraded through the various licenses to Extra Class, see FCC Extra Class certificate below.
I also hold a FCC Commercial Radiotelephone license and a FAA Commercial Pilots license.
I mainly operate from our Boise, Idaho home, but you may also hear me on from our summer cabin at Grandjean, Idaho located at the foot of the Sawtooth Mountains.
Boise, Idaho USA QTH Location:
Latitude 43.593633 (43° 35' 37'' N)
Longitude -116.263236 (116° 15' 47'' W)
6526 W Fairfield Ave
Boise, Idaho 83709 USA
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