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New to DXing?  Check out my free "New DXer's Handbook."
The revised second edition is available free of charge at my web site  www.k7ua.com . 

The handbook is written in the English language, but has been translated into:

Chinese (by BG4HRM)               简体中文版----翻译 - BG4HRM
German (by OE5HIL)                
Deutsche Übersetzung von OE5HIL
Greek (by SV1IW, SV1AON & SV8YM) 
Ελληνική μετάφραση από SV1IW, SV1AON & SV8YM
Italian (by IU0BMP)                   T
raduzione Italiana di IU0BMP
Polish (by SQ9EDZ)                    Przekład Polski - SQ9EDZ
Portuguese (by PY2JF & PY2BAH)     Tradução Português por PY2JF & PY2BAH
Romanian (First Edition by YO4PX)   
În prima ediție traducere Română de YO4PX
Russian (by US5WE & UR5WA)          Русский перевод - US5WE & UR5WA
Spanish (by HK4KM)                          Traducción Española por HK4KM
Swedish (by SM5GMZ)
Svensk översättning av SM5GMZ
Turkish (by TA1AZE, TA5FA, TA3EP & TA4PR)   Türkçe çeviri TA1AZE, TA5FA, TA3EP & TA4PR

 The handbook is also available as an audio book through Handihams as recorded by KJ3P.


Please use electronic QSLing.  I upload all QSOs to LoTW, eQSL (AG) and Club Log.
I answer all QSLs received.  SASE or SAE with $1 gets a quick direct reply.  Bureau QSLs ok, but very slow.

I was first licensed in 1961 at the age of 12 as KN7SAI. My father K7SAJ (SK) and I got our licenses at the same time. A few months later I upgraded to K7SAI. I have held K7UA since 1977. Besides my Amateur Extra Class License, I hold a B.S. in electronic engineering and have held a FCC First Class Radiotelephone Commerical License since 1971. After college I served in the U.S. Army Signal Corps.  I retired in 2014 from a 46 year career in information technology.

I am a DXer with 346 countries confirmed (332 current) and a member and past President of the Utah DX Association. Awards include DXCC on eight bands and on Phone/CW/Digital/QRP, DXCC Challenge (2,280+), Triple Play WAS, 5 band WAS, 160 M WAS, 6 M VUCC, WPX, WAZ, etc.

My antennas include a 3 element SteppIR Yagi with the 30/40 M rotatable dipole element and 6 M passive element on a 72 ft (22 m) US Tower crank up, a W9INN 80/160 M inverted vee at 70 ft, a Zero-Five 43 ft vertical with 76 radials, and a Pixel magnetic loop receiving antenna.  My station equipment consists of two Elecraft K3 transceivers, an Elecraft P3 panadapter and two Alpha amplifiers (9500 & 99).

My QSL shows a picture of Mt. Timpanogos, a prominent peak that is located just a few miles from my home in northern Utah's Wasatch Range. "Timp" reaches an elevation of 11,749 feet (3,582 meters) and towers over 7,000 feet (2,130 meters) above the valley floor below. This mountain gets such heavy winter snow fall that it features Utah's only glacier.


This is a picture of me (age 15) and my station that was published in the October 1964 edition of JA CQ Ham Radio magazine. My friend Joe, JA1LZR, submitted it. I've changed some since then. :)


Above is a picture of the back of my home and my antennas.


Below is an aerial tour of my station courtesy of my good friend, Don, N5LZ, using his quadcopter.


73, Bryce K7UA

The Club Log searchable data below includes all QSOs for K7UA, K7SAI & KN7SAI.
DXCC totals show only CURRENT entities worked and confirmed.
My 14 confirmed, but deleted entities are not included.


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