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I am retired now and am ejoying my new freedom from being on-call for my working career in broadcast engineering and technical education. It is great to be able to relax through nights, weekends, and holidays knowing I won't be driving somewhere in the middle-of-the-night through rain, snow, thunderstorms, and everything else.

I work a lot of JT-65, PSK-31, and other digital modes, and have compiled several thousand PSK-31 QSOs. I am really starting to gain a collection of JT-mode QSLS as well. Over the last few months I have been enjoying JT-65 and JT-9 and see that many of my PSK contacts have done the same. I also enjoy CW and am continually working to improve my skills both with hand keys and paddles.

My antennas for the HF bands consist of three: An OCF 80-6m dipole manufactured by My Antennas, a Comtek 40m vertical with radials manufactured by DX Engineering with a SGC-230 remote auto-tuner at the base, and a Chameleon Emcomm II 160-6m end-fed with counterpoise. The OCF dipole is supported by the same mast that holds my Diamond 2m/70cm vertical. The center of the OCF is at 21-feet above ground level. The ends are tied off to trees and are about 10-feet above ground level. I had to wrap about 30-feet of antenna wire on a PVC tube because of the short length to our silver maple tree. Still tunes all bands and seems to work fine.

Clubs and Memberships:

DMC # 06892
EPC # 22779
Feld Hell # 4480
FISTS CW Club # 17312
PODX 070 # 1892
SKCC # 14043



Diamond 2m/70cm vertical. Center support halyard for My Antenns 80-10m OCF dipole. Balun is 21-feet bove ground level.

OCF dipole north-end support. Antenn runs N-S.

South-end support for OCF dipole. Note: Approximtely 30-feet of antenna wire wound on PVC pipe. Both ends are 10-15 feet above ground level.

Comtek 40m vertical with radials and SGC-230 auto-tuner giving me complete 160-10m coverage in one antenna. Manufactured by DX Engineering, this antenna is extremely well-built and has excellent performance at my QTH. To the left of the Comtek is the mast supporting my Diamond discone monitoring antenna and the Chameleon Emcomm II end-fed. Note the feedline choke immediately beneath the Chameleon.




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QRZ Logbook Summary for - WA0WHE
Latest Contacts for WA0WHE at QRZ.com
dedateband mode grid Country op
NO1R 2017-08-19 20m FT8 EM85 United States STEPHEN M CAPOGNA
VA3MJR 2017-08-19 20m FT8 FN03 Canada David Ross
VA3WLD 2017-08-19 20m FT8 FN03 Canada John Allen Knight
K1BMW 2017-08-19 20m FT8 CM99 United States WILLIAM M LEOPPARD
KY7M 2017-08-19 20m FT8 DM33wn United States LEE M FINKEL
KE0RF 2017-08-18 80m LSB EN34lr United States LUELLA E HARPSTER
WA7YAZ 2017-08-18 80m FT8 DN40 United States STEVEN A CAMPBELL
KX4EZ 2017-08-18 80m FT8 EM90 United States ESTEBAN L BONILLA
W5VE 2017-08-18 80m FT8 EM85 United States RALPH W ROBERTS
W8ATE 2017-08-18 80m FT8 EN81 United States Stanley O Waldrup
K0STK 2017-08-17 20m FT8 EN16 United States Stephen T Kostecke, III
WS5W 2017-08-17 20m FT8 EM13 United States STEVEN A JONES
AA0AW 2017-08-17 80m FT8 EN36 United States DOUGLAS J NELSON
VA3MJR 2017-08-17 80m FT8 FN03 Canada David Ross
W4RIX 2017-08-17 80m FT8 EM63 United States Rickey L Hopson

Book Totals: 3051 qso's   1037 confirmed Get a free logbook at QRZ.COM

World Continents Award#17875
Granted: 2017-07-14 14:40:01   (WA0WHE)

  • 20 Meters Mixed
United States Counties Award#5456
Granted: 2016-12-11 21:37:46   (WA0WHE)

  • 100 Counties Mixed
  • 250 Counties Mixed
Grid Squared Award#14655
Granted: 2016-12-11 21:28:02   (WA0WHE)

  • 20 Meters Mixed
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