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Current Station:

     I am slowly, but surely getting a decent station together. During recent updates, I now have an HF station and a VHF/UHF station. I can currently operate all modes from 80m through 70cm (excluding 1.25m for now). Upon more reading, I plan to purchase a transverter for the 222Mhz band. The HF station uses a Flex-3000, with an Autek WM-1 meter, Heil Proset headset and Sounds Sweet communication speaker. The HF antenna is an AV-18ht Hy-Gain hy-tower and going to add a G5RV very soon. 

     The VHF/UHF station uses a Yaesu FT-857d, Icom V-8000, and an Icom ID-51a plus. The tower currently has Par Electronics loops for 6m, 2m and 70cm. For FM work I use a Comet GP-9. For the 2m band I use a Mirage B-5016G 160w amplifier for SSB work. This is just the start of what I plan to put in the VHF/UHF station. I just finished adding this station and antennas over 2017 fourth of July holiday. All antennas are fed with low loss 400 coax. A Yaesu 800 rotor is also in place on the tower and awaiting the addition of directional antennas.

    With later additions of directional antennas and more power on HF, I plan to start work on an EME array. Provided I can find the space for such an antenna system. I would like to hand build as much of this array as possible. The elevation system I think is going to present me with the largest challenge on this project. So any knowledge you could share in this area of EME would be greatly appreciated. Or any topics of the VHF/UHF nature would be very helpful. I love to talk radios and antennas anytime (maybe a bit too much).

 

QSL Methods:

     I upload my log to all electronic log books that I know of and that Log4OM supports. These include LoTW, eQSL, QRZ, Club Log, and HRDLOG. I do not prefer to send out paper QSL cards. If I receive a paper QSL for contacts on VHF and above I will reply with a QSL card in return. If a paper QSL is really needed for HF, please email me.

 

Location:

State: IL

County: Adams

Grid: EN40ic

ITU Zone: 7

CQ Zone: 4

 

My QSL preferences: LoTW or eQSL (ag)

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