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I operate all bands between 160 m through and including 47 GHz. though the latter gear was sold due to inactivity.

On EME, we have made two JT65B QSOs with DL on 432 Mhz and,since Aug 2008, 790 QSOs on 1296 MHz of which about 40 were CW and 5 SSB. My initials count is 166 with 32 DX.

I am a summer time Rover since 1999 on  6m-24 Ghz. We operate winter contests from home on 6m - 1296 Mhz and 10 GHz.

On licensing, my Novice and Tech licenses were received on 7 Dec 1951 and the Advanced License in 1967.

I started in FS ATV on 439 Mhz in 1976 and worked FSATV for many years. We also worked via a local repeater on 1280/3480 MHz FM ATV. On microwave, I have VUCC on  23 cm and on 10 GHz.

Wev have or do work modes of AM, FM, CW, SSB, RTTY, WSJT-X HF, PSK-31, MS, FSATV, and SSTV.

I like HF QRP portable in good WX and often work 20 and 40 m in CW and SSB. 

I enjoy the new SDR world wih a Flex 6300. 73, John, W3HMS, 28 Feb 2017

 

 

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