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Hello from Mapleton, Utah!      [40.11817 N  -111.57198 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. QSL via LOTW, Direct or through the Bureau. 

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.  This antenna is a true MonstIR with a boom of just under 40 feet and the elements are adjustable up to 70 feet with no trombone elements. My tower is a 72 foot US Towers motorized crank-up. For 80 meters I recently (2015) installed a ZEROFIVE-ANTENNAS (http://www.zerofive-antennas.com/) 4-square array for 80 meters with the help of Mark Richardson (W7HPW) in designing and building the phasing circuit and general overall design of the antenna layout - THANK YOU Mark.  I also had much appreciated help from Bob Carter (WR7Q) with the ground radials which seemed to go on forever.

Member of the Utah DX Association, International DX Association, Northern California DX FoundationARRL, 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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