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If you hear me or heard me, and I can't hear you, please send me an email, or a QSL card via the Buro. I would love to know who is listening!

If you would like to try and work me later, Look below at my CommCat Live Log book. You will know when, and where I am on the air!

(Be sure to click on the "About N6MQL" tab Below for more info and pics)



The following is a LIVE FEED from the Shack
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By clicking on the QRZ picture you can see a few of the keys here in the shack. Most of these keys have been rebuilt and/or restored by myself and are used on a regular basis.. I don't believe in buying keys, or restoring them so they can sit on a shelf and look pretty. Here's what you can see in the QRZ picture, others are shown on close up in the "About N6MQL" Tab above:


Here's what can be seen in the picture at the top of the page, others are shown on close up in the "About N6MQL" Tab above:

Upper Rear Area (Top of Rig, left to right)

1914 Vibroplex Blue Racer Bug(with Blue base and rare Fancy posts)

1920 Vibroplex Blue Racer Bug (Black base)

1959 Vibroplex Blue Racer Deluxe Bug

1920 Vibroplex Wire Chief Vertical Bug (behind Racers)

1921 Vibroplex Wire Chief Vertical Bug (behind Racers)

1913 Vibroplex Double Lever Bug (with albright logo still showing!) Center

1950's Dow B7 Roto bug

1905 Mecograph #3 right angle bug (behind Dow key)

1800's Ericsson Swedish pump key

2003 Pettersson SRS Swedish pump key

1906 Mecograph #4 right angle bug (Behind Ericsson key)

1942 Brunell Flameproof Key

1914 Boulter Vertical Bug made from patent drawing US1109818 (G3YUH)

1981 Radio Shack J38 Key (Mounted on aircraft aluminum from the Lockheed skunk works machine shop. Seen to far right side, slightly lower)

1942 Type J36 Signal Corps U.S. Arm Bug

1940 J45 Leg Key for bomber plane

Bottom Row Rear: Starting left to right:

1905 W.O Cofee Bug by Mecograph - replica by Phil Boyle (This bug is thought to be the first bug in existance)

2005 GHD GD107WS Optical contact bug

2010 Begali Sculpture Iambic Paddle

1917 Vibroplex Model-X (single contact bug!)

2010 Begali Intrepid Magnetic Bug

1937 Speed-X 501 Bug

1980 Vibroplex Original Deluxe Bug

2010 GHD 502MIL Key

2016 Begali Sculpture Arrow Straight key

1950's Amplidan 50713 Navy Straight key

2010 SKCC Pro-Pump Key

1940 McElroy Model 600 Deluxe bug

1925 Vibroplex Lightning Bug

1960's High Mound BK100 Bug (AKA Coffin Key)

Bottom Row Front section: Starting from left to right:

1881 JH Bunnell 1495B Western Electric mini test key (#4) (in front of Sculpture paddle)

1914 Mechograph Premier bug (in front of Model X)

1921 National Transmitter Vertical Bug (in front of Speed-X 501)

1920's Bunnell Gold Bug (in front of 1980 original)

1920 Natioinal Transmitter Vertical Bug (in front of Arrow)

1940's Electric Specialty Mfg.Co "Cedar Rapids" Bug (in front of McElroy 600)

1914 Vibroplex Premier replica (produced after Mecograph sold to Vibroplex) by G3YUH (2014) (Only 1 original known to exsit in the world) (in front of Coffin key)



SKCC # 5051

NAQCC # 6420

Vibroplex Collectors Association# 105

Zombie # 1038

IBPC (International Brass Pounding Club) #5


Other license held:



QSL Info:

100% QSL via the Buro for DX, and return QSLs to all that send them to me.



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