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Greetings, and if I have just worked you... THANKS!

I am a member of SOTA, BMHA, HFPACK, ARS, 10-10, as well as SMIRK. I am very active on APRS, running a home WX station (N1RWY) as well as a mobile (N1RWY-7) my RV (N1RWY-13) and a hiking/bicycle station (N1RWY-4) (See them all here: http://www.findu.com ) You can find me on HF on the HFPACK frequency 18.157.5 (+/- QRM) as well as someplace on 20 meters if I am not playing with FT8. 

I am currently very active on FT8 & JT65 going for my WAZ, WAS and DXCC on the digital modes. I am on 15/ 17 / 20 / 30/ 40m a great deal, and am happy to sked if anyone needs AZ.  I have been real busy working digital stations in my temp shack the summer of 2017, and have wrapped up the following:

WAS Mixed
WAS Digital
WAS FT8
WAS JT65
WAS Digital 20m / JT65 endorsement
WAS Digital 40m / JT65 endorsement
WAS Digital 30m / FT8 endorsement

99% of these have been with an FT-857 and signalink, running 5-45 watts.  I also a FT-991 for FT8 and it has a slick 1 USB cable interface which is nice.

I am looking for skeds on 30m / 17m to wrap up those two bands on FT8,  then I will need to build larger antennas to work on 60m / 80m digital WAS.  So, please qsl via LOTW.
I am spending MOST of my time on the new mode FT8 on HF/ 6 meters, 50.313 MHz.   

1/4/2018:

I am now QRV on 144 MHz EME! Wahoo!  4 x 13 element antennas and a kilowatt brought to you by a Larcan amplifier.

I am running MAP65 with a funcube pro SDR as well as WSJT to a modified FT-847.  Yes, there are newer rigs, but the FT-847 is so easy to split out the RX, so it became the dedicated EME rig.

Pics of it all will be forth coming.

I am excited to work as many of you as I can on the moon.  The ULTIMATE DX!

 

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If you worked me prior to 5/2013, it was from Maine. I have since moved.
Most of my contacts from Maine have been uploaded into LOTW.

Contacts after 5/1/2013 are from Arizona.

Standard operating for JT65/PSK31 is about 8-10w. HyGain AV-640 antenna, or 80m endfed - ft857 with a signalink interface. I run between 4 and 25W on HF (JT65/FT8) and up to 60W on 6M FT8.

If I am remote, it will be 5-15w from the FT991 or the great FTDX-1200.

I also take part in weekly gatherings out here in Queen Creek called "Gathering of the Willing" we setup in local parks on various weeknights for 3-4 hours.   Most of us run 2-20W tops, and spend most of the time with antenna and radio experimentation. If you hear me "from the park" most likely I am using an old Yeasu FT-7.  I scored that locally for a sweet price and love the simplicity of the radio.  Sure, it is a 40 year old radio, but it is FUN to operate.

In addition, you can find me behind the mic when the Queen Creek club is running the special event call, N7Q.

I have also been increasing activity in SOTA, mostly VHF for now, but some HF with the 817 on 17m/20m with the FT-817 and Buddistick or inverted V.  A great activity combining some sweat and radio.

I should be QRV on VHF  6-1296 by Spring 2018.

144/432/1296 MHz EME by Spring 2018 as well. (It is going to be a busy winter!)

I try to update my LOTW every day when I am active.

I update EQSL monthly (ish), I am still bad at that.

Feel free to check out my blog on homepage, where I ramble on about various ham projects (SB-200 rebuild, contesting, solar, digital modes.. and coffee.. lots and lots of coffee.)  http://www.n1rwy.org

 

 

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