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Close up shot of the 1/4 wave base install

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Here is the 1/4 wave vertical for 40 meters with 42 resonant radials

 

I prefer to use the handle of "AD" on the air as I have for 59 years.

First licensed in Ft. Worth, Texas in 1958 as KN5SUS, I have been active since. I am self-taught on morse code, also I am a coded Extra which means I passed all elements of the Extra Class License including 20 wpm code test (early 1970's). In 1976 I applied for and received my 1st. 1 X 2 call... N4SX.

CW is and always has been my favorite mode. Most (95%) of my operating is CW. DX or ragchew are always good !

I will QSL the old-fashioned way or LoTW.

All incoming DX QSLs are fine for me through our W7 QSL bureau.

Present rig & antennas:

 

FT-1000D

Alpha 8410

Wire antennas for 80/20/30 meters with more coming.

40 meter GP, mounted on the grnd with 42 resonant radials.

Will add tower this spring/summer, psbly a 3 or 4 el 40 meter yagi and go from there.

Should have slopers up for 160 soon, weather permitting.

All of this sits on 1.8 acres.....

 

 

Built this Long-EZ (N5LE) and flew it for 12 years. Wonderful airplane.

 

 

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My station in 1978 as N4SX, antennas were: 4 ele. yagi for 40 meters, 3 ele. yagi for 10/15/20, slopers 80/160 meters

 

 

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