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In 2014, I received my ticket again, after being away from ham radio for nearly 60-years. I was originally K0WWZ when I was going to high school in Minnesota. 

I primarily operate on 20 through 10 meters using digital modes PSK31, JT65, and JT9. I also operate on 70cm and 2 meters, usig D-STAR and DMR. On D-STAR, I normally monitor Reflector 009C (Arizona).

I primarily QSL using LoTW, but also use eQSL. For the JT9 & JT65 modes, I only QSL those QSOs that properly provide and acknowldege signal reports, using RRR or RR73, as well as Grid location.  On request, I will also upload logbook entries of QSOs to QRZ.com and Club Log.

My rig is an Elecraft K3. Antenna is a Bravo 5A designed and manufactured by N6BT covering 20 through 10 meters.  The antenna structure is also used for a weather station. To check the weather at my QTH, see the following Weather Underground site:  http://www.wunderground.com/personal-weather-station/dashboard?ID=KAZGOODY19#history

I also have an Elecraft KX3 that I use when I travel. The KX3 is sometimes used when I hike in the Sierra Estrella Mountians near my home here in Goodyear, Arizona.

 

This is my N6BT Bravo 5A vertical for 20 through 10 meters.

 

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