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At the age of 15 I became a novice, WN0DAR, at Bismarck, ND. Today I am active on HF AM, SSB, PSK31 and D-Star.

K5ELK is a D-Star gateway repeater I host near Elk City, OK.

I am a Collins Collector Association member owning two Collins R-390's, and two R-390A receivers,  One 75A-4 (Toronto build) receiver, and two 75A-4's with noise blankers, Collins 820E-1 serial 89 (160 meters), Collins 820F-1 serial 46 (75 meters) AM broadcast transmiters.  KWM-2A driving a 30S-1. Other gear includes a Ten-Tec Orion II, Alpha 9500, Oneida T-368F serial 140, RCA BTA-1R1 (160 meters) and BTA-1R  (75 meters) broadcast transmitters  AM.  Flexradio 6700. Icom 5100 for D-Star in the shack. Icom 7000, Icom 2820H, IC-92AD, IC-880, IC-51A for Dstar for mobile and portable use. A Raspberry Pi and a DVAP connected via ATT hotspot provides mobile D-Star access.  At  remote site a Icom 9100 for HF D-Star.

Antennas are a 193.5 foot vertical antenna for use on 160, 75, 40 and 20 meters and a broadband folded dipole. Photos of the vertical are available at the web page listed below.

While traveling, I access the station by remote control using a laptop computer connected via the internet.

Visit station at: http://www.kc9vf.com

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