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I obtained my novice license in 1978 and I have been active ever since. The station is a work in progress, I enjoy building and modeling antennas in my spare time. Most of my antennas are homebrew OWA yagis. I also enjoy participating in major contests using my KK9A callsign or W4AAA . I operate from Aruba using the callsign P40A and from St Croix, USVI using the callsign WP2AA . Some of my previous DX callsigns are FG/KK9A/FS, KK9A/PJ7, KK9A/V2A, VP2E/KK9A, VP2MFP, VP2V/KK9A, VP5J, and ZF2JB. Thank you for the QSOs!

Please QSL via WD9DZV

KK9A (left) with my old friend and QSL manager WD9DZV (right) having lunch at a famous Chicago restaurant in May 2016.


Tower 1 is 150 foot of Rohn 65G.  Antennas are (2) OptiBeam OB2-40 (40m), (2) Homebrew 6el 20m OWA, (3) Homebrew 5el 15m OWA


Tower 2 is 80 foot of Rohn 55G.  Antennas are (1) Homebrew 4el 20m OWA, (2) Homebrew 6el 10m OWA.  Phase 80m verticals are under construction.


Backyard antenna farm


Front Driveway

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