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QSL: LoTW Only except TI5/N0AH and VK9LZ (1998)

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TU for visiting my page. I get about 700 unique visitors to my QRZ.COM page every month with people wondering who has the N0AH call sign.

It was not my first choice when the vanity program can into effect in 1996.  I was AB0BX, and I had around twenty 1x2 call signs to choose from.  I was wanting an N0A for CW work. But when I got the H as the last letter I was actually upset as we all know S and H are easy to mess up in a pile up.  It took about a month for me to realize it spelt Noah. N0AH was never issued, but it was made available on the vanity call sign roll out- So I am the only ham to ever have this call that I am aware.

I work as an educator and hold a M.Ed with endorsements in gifted education, social studies, and business.  I became a teacher in 2005 after a 25 year career in banking. My favorite aspect of hamming it up is CW on the low bands- and antenna building. 

This summer I redid all of my lightning protection.  I have arrestors on all feedlines, and on my rotor.  All ground wires are now sharing a commom point ground rod below the utility box and I have every ground mounted vertical in the backyard lightning protected with an 8 foot ground rod at its base and a ground wire from the rod going to the common point ground.  

My average ground reading in ohms is between 0.4 and 0.7 at different antennas. The common bonding rod, right below my utility box, is 0.3 ohms. Really amazing, and thanks to advice from N0AX and W0KU.

 Benefits are FB with a reduced noise floor on all bands.

After not having an amp for the past 15 years, I went out and found a great deal on an Ameritron AL-80B. I don't want to miss the 3Y operation coming up so I got some gas!  But it will be work setting it up with all of these antennas.

   I am picking up JT65 and I'm amazed with what it can do. My best QSL card this year was a 2001 QSO with EP3SMH for 10M PSK. He sent it to another ham who forwarded the QSL to me in June, crazy!  I enjoy Museum Ship weekend and CW work. I don't care for a mic but will pick one up for any needed band countries for the sake of the DX Marathon and my DX Challenge numbers.

Best 73 es agn, TU for the visit OM! 


Total All DXCC's Mixed - 333

Currnet DXCC's Mixed-329 (I know, one more to go)

ALL Totals CW - 326  PH - 319  Digital - 35  

9 band DXCC

Current DXCC totals: 160M- 100!!!  80M - 197  40M-241  30M - 166  20M-304  17M-276  15M-296  12M-245  10M-271  6M-13  

LoTW Updated at least 3x a week... No More Paper QSL's except for DX'peditions I've been upon-  


Cushcraft MA160V 160 Meter Vertical and feed point UnUn

We Are a Backyard, We Were a Low Power (8/2007-7/2017), 6-160M, DX Suburban Station - DM79nn, but added an Ameritron AL80B July 12, 2017- 

HF Equipment:

Kenwood TS590S backed up by a Yaesu FT-900  Tennadyne T8 LPDA antenna at 52 feet, 40m RTD below it, and a 30M dipole below that antenna.  6 meter Yagi on top of it all-All on a 20 foor roof top tower with a Yaesu G-2800DXA Rotor


LowBand Vertical Antennas

Cushcraft MA160V Vertical - Cushcraft MA40/80V Vertical- 30M Dipole- K9AY Single Loop (E/W)


Schurr Hand Made Paddle -Bencher Straight Key - VibroPlex Paddle -Begali Paddle - VibroPlex Triangle Brass Key Racer


K9AY Loop East/West Direction with W0ANT and N0AH 2009

Very proud of our daughter Anna, W0ANT, for being named the 2015 AR Newsline Young Ham of the Year, Recipient of the community service related  2014 ARRL Hiram Percy Maxim Memorial Award, 2017 RCA/IWCE Scholarship Recipient


June 2014- Assistant Director of the ARRL Rocky Mountain Division


2014-2016 Club Trustee- AB0BX Douglas County STEM School and Academy �Highlands Ranch, Colorado www.stemhigh.org


Ex-Calls: F5/N0AH; 3DA0AX; KH6/N0AH; ZS6/N0AH, VK9LZ, TI5/N0AH


FaceBook Group Co- Sponsor with Anna, W0ANT: Low Band DX'ing From The Burb's

5BWAZ (all 200 zones) 8BDXCC 330/331 Active DXCC Confirmed

http://www.linkedin.com/in/bryonpaulvealI go by PAUL! QSL LoTW

http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/14810123 Anna, W0ANT, 2011 Contest University PodCast

See Morse Code Claire Bear at:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HB7e4YC6vg8

LoTW updated as of 2-13-17

I go by my middle name, Paul- My daughters Anna, W0ANT, with twin sisters Claire and Leah. All three know code and the twins are always in the shack. Many times, Anna or I act as control operators while they work CW- It is a fun family activity!

Anna �W0ANT 2014 � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � ANNA �W0ANT 2011

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WYOMING 1998-2003

Way Back in 1998-2002 Contest Station in Carpenter, Wyoming

Wyoming 1998-2003 N0AH/7

40M 1/2 wave dipole array N0AH/7

Stacked T6 10-20M Log Periodic Array N0AH/7

80M 4SQR 2 acre radial field


1999 N0AH/7 WY 80M 4SQR Worked All 40 CQ Zones in Single Season

-What I have Enjoyed Most in Amateur Radio

Seeing daughter Anna, W0ANT, 2010 ARRL Rocky Mountain Region Young Ham of the Year for 2010!! Pictured with Dwayne, WY7FD, and Brian, N5ZGT


40/80 Meter bi-directional Array using Cushcraft MA80/0V verticals

Anna, W0ANT,passing her Technician May, 2009 Dayton, OH


Bear, the next ham of the family? Age 4 here-


American Radio Relay League Teacher Education Progam and Wireless Technology in the Classroom:


N0AH 1980

VK9LZ 1998

3DA0AX 2004

Wyoming 1998-2003

TI5/N0AH 2011 with Anna, W0ANT

My Extra Class Call Sign 1996-current




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