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Thanks to all who copied my QRP CW signals!

See bellow for PNW NAQCC QRS Net info.

Picture above is winter camping with new camping radio set-up: KX3 at 5 watts to 80m end-fed half wave wire hung in tree and counterpoise with Hendricks tuner.

Kite Lifted: Endfed wire or, 30m, 40m or 80m end-fed zepps, using single or double French Military kites, Delta Conyne, Falcon Delta, Fled etc.

End-fed Zepps are:1/2 wave radiator, odd multiple of 1/4 wave 300ohm feed line, to ICE Model 309 Balanced line arrestor on ground rod, to Elecraft 1:1 - 4:1 balun to K2 tuner. Kite line is 300lb black Dacron.

Approximate kite selection:

High wind: about 20 to 30+mph= Modified Single French Military

Medium wind: 10-20 mph= Double French Military, Falcon Delta, Delta Conyne

Light wind: 6-10 mph= Fled

Kite lifted info available on request.



WireAntenna Launching:  12 to 16oz lead fishing weight on light weight cord.

Hiking, Biking,Canoeing: 80m or 40m end-fed half wave wire with counterpoise and Hendricks SLT+ Half Wave Tuner, Computer ribbon 80m inverted vee with ZM-2 tuner, MP-1;KX1, K1.

Car camping/Yurt: Inverted vee to ZM-2 tuner, 80m and 40m end fed half wave wires to Hendricks SLT+ tuner, 88' doublet,  Buddipole, or Black Widow 20 or 31 vertical, K1, K2.

Truck Mobile: K1 or K2 to Hamsticks.

Bicycle Mobile: K1 or KX1 to MP-1, VX-6 to Larson 1/2 wave. Yes I send while riding! Please pardon the mistakes!!!

/BM equipment details available from stewart@gorge.net



Maritime Mobile: K1 or K2 to Norcal 40 Doublet as a sloper to mast, or tuned standing rigging.

Home: KX1, K1, K2, K3,KX3, 2N2-20, SW40+,Weber Tri-Bander,  TenTec 1380, Rockmite 40, DC40A, NW40, Two Tinned Tuna/Sudden Storm, OHR 500, Yeasu 8800. Antennas are inverted L (82' at 30') or 80m inverted vee(130' E/W apex at 28') or 40m dipole(67' N/S at about 30').

Please Join CW Nets:

PNW QRPp Net: Less than one watt, round robin net; 0730 Wednesday morning on 3540Khz.

Please Please PleasePacific Northwest North American QRP CW Club Net:

PNW  NAQCC QRS Net: 3556.5 Khz 5PM PT Thursday Evenings with early QNI at 4:45PM: QRS (slow speed) rag chew net. NCS Stewart KE7LKW White Salmon WA.(update 11/20/17)

We are looking for more participants, please join us. This net is intended for new cw operators or those that are rusty. We go about 10-12wpm or slower if needed. You do not need to be NAQCC member or QRP to participate. Coverage is Midwest to California to BC. This is a round robin ragchew net if there are only a few check-ins. If there are many check-ins we pair off folks and send them up or down the band for one on one ragchews. If you wuld like to set up a one on one sked for QRS or other, please e-mail me and we will set something up either with myself or with other regular check-ins.

SKCC 3368, NAQCC 1975, Polar Bear 98, Flying Pig 1894, AKQRP 753, GORC 111, Zombie 843, Fists 15333, Sasquatch 891.



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