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QSL: W3HNK AND LOTW

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QSL Manager W3HNK or LOTW.
NO Direct QSL.  Direct QSL will not be forwarded or returned.

eQSL NOT ACCEPTED


NO SKEDS


NO "Please visit my QRZ page" Flag Requests. I have a USA ISP and V73NS is managed by my USA call, and you likely have a USA flag already.

100% CW
IOTA OC-028
RJ39rj
CQ-31
Continuously licensed since 1976.

Antenna system is an Inverted L, located 50' from saltwater shoreline. Seems to perform very well.


 

How not to be a LID:
#1 LISTEN!  (The immutable #1 rule)

#2 DO NOT send “?” …LISTEN!

#3 LISTEN!



http://www.dx-code.org/

http://www.hamradio-operating-ethics.org/versions.html


A day on the water and Spam musubi ...ahh! (2015)


A visit to Mighty Mo (2005)



My homebrew transmatch. Started to feed the inverted L with an AH-4 automatic tuner but wasn't happy with its performance. Much happier with the transmatch in the shack where I can see what's going on.


Schurr Profi2 with custom set of Leopardwood finger pieces



Sidearm is the support for the inverted L. Since I am secondary on the tower and liimited in supports, a non-resonant 160 meter inverted L was selected so I can use it on all HF bands. The Icom AH-4 tuner and transmatch would have problems tuning on other bands if it were resonant on 160. Radials are rolled out on the grass and rolled up when not in use. I do have a connection to the saltwater too.


Reentry


XYL admiring the water (shhh, she'll never know I posted it)

 

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