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Located in EN-51UU, active on 160 - 10 CW as well as 6 Meters,

2 Meters, 222, 432, 902,  1296, 2304, 3456 MHz and 10 Ghz weak signal.


The Monstirr 4-element 40meter through 6meter beam at 125 feet being installed in 2005



Mounting the Monstirr Step-Ir for the first time in 2005.  This antenna is mounted

atop a 120 foot Rohn SSV self-supporting tower which uses a 40' section of

Rohn-45G as a mast which is rotated on a K0XG bearing/rotator at the 100'

and 120'  level. For 160 Meters, the tower is shunt fed to the 90' level.



A view to the North-East from EN51UU after the addition of new antennas

for 222, 432, 902, 1296, 2304 and 3456 Mhz.  Taken from the 130 foot level.


The  view of the home QTH and the 60 foot tower whch has 6 meters and 222 MHz yagis.



Details of my work with a 4K3SJ Varian Klystron obtained in 2005

(rated 1.0kW output on 2.3 Ghz) can be found at  http://W9XA.US/W9XA/4K3SJ.html

I am honored to serve as the Director of the ARRL Central Division

which is comprised of Indiana, Wisconsin and Illinois.  Feel free to contact me

with your concerns and comments at W9XA@ARRL.ORG or call at the home

telephone number 630-879-0983.


My other interests include work as a volunteer builder with AMSAT with a

total of over 100 parts machined for the P3D/Oscar-40 effort.  I an an active

CFI -Certified Flight Instructor. I hold certificates as Flight Instructor for

Single and Multiengine aircraft, the Instrument Instructor rating in both

classes of airplane, Rotorcraft-Helicopter as well as the A&P - Airframe

and Powerplant (mechanic) rating. Although I recently sold both my 1975

Piper Seneca II twin and 1946 Aeronca Champ taildragger, I still remain

active in aviation.

In 2017 I will celebrate 29 years with the Fermilab National Accelerator Laboratory in

Batavia, Illinois where I work as a Senior Engineering Physicist in the Fermilab Accelerator

Science and Technology _FAST_ facility that specializes in the field  of  Super-Conducting

RF for particle accelerators.  for more information;  http://fast.fnal.gov/


FAST Electron Accelerator 50 MeV  Beamline


Superconducting Niobium 1.3 Ghz Accelerator Cavities and a view of one of

the RF waveguide inputs to a SuperConducting  "CryoModule"


 I operate repeaters in Batavia Illinois on 1292.00 MHz (1272.00 input);

443.64375 MHz  DMR/MotoTurbo on the Chicagoland C-Bridge ,

and a system on 224.4 MHz.


Please feel free to contact me at W9XA@yahoo.com or by phone at

(630) 879-0983 (voice mail after seven rings).




Blue Skys and Favoring Winds!




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