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Hello from Utah!      [40o 07' 05" N -- 111o 34' 19" W]

I am the QSL manager for Elvin, JA3CZY. USA stations need send only SASE. DX station send SAE with two greenstamps (DX stations only).  IRCs no longer accepted.

Just recently completed 5-Band DXCC with endorsements for 12, 17, and 30 meters.  The difficult one for me was DXCC on 80 meters.  After I installed the 80 meter 4-square from Zero-Five it was easy to complete 80 meters.  The Zero-Five 80 meter 4-square antenna is amazing!

I have always wanted to be an amateur radio operator. In December of 1993, while recovering from back surgery, I took the time to study and subsequently passed all five of the licensing exams and 5 wpm code on the same day. The next month I upgraded to 13 wpm and Advanced with Extra class license a couple of years later. I have been KJ7CU from 1994 until January 31, 2006 when I acquired the Vanity Callsign NI7F. Base station: Yaesu FTdx-5000MP with an Alpha 9500 and Alpha 87A amps. I have a SteppIR MonstIR at 75 feet for 6-40 Meters, and a shunt-fed tower for 160 Meters with 60 ground radials. For 80 meters I have added the 80 meter dipole option to the SteppIR MonstIR. My tower is a 72 foot US Towers motorized crank-up. QSL via LOTW, Direct or through the Bureau.

My current project is a 4-square antenna on 80 meters.  I built the phasing circuit with the assistance of a good friend (Mark - W7HPW) with the four free standing 80 meter verticals coming from ZEROFIVE Antennas.

Member of the Utah DX Association, International DX Association, Northern California DX Foundation,  ARRL, A-1 Operator's Club, SKCC (#15111) and FISTS (#17724), 

Below is my US Tower 72 foot heavy duty US Tower with the SteppIR MonstIR mounted on top.  This MonstIR is no longer manufactured but it has been a workhorse for me.  It is fullsize 3 elements on 40 meters and covers all bands from 6 meters down through 40 meters.

Below is my ZeroFive 80 meter 4-square

NI7F ZeroFive 80 M 4-square

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