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First licensed in 1966 as WN7GCJ in Portland, Oregon. Previous callsigns include WB7THT and DA1RK. My current call sign originally belonged to my dad; I applied for and received the call in 2006 after he passed away.

Hanging On The Wall So Far:

DXCC: Mixed (255), CW (232), SSB (213), RTTY/Digi (109), 10M (181), 15M (200), 17M (112), 20M (218), 40M (110). Other bands 12M (61), 30M (79), 80M (33) and 160M (11) are works in progress as well.

​WAS: Mixed, CW, SSB, Digi with FT8 endorsement

​All DXCC and WAS credits based on WA7BNG callsign logs only

Current Equipment List:

​DXLabs Suite software for logging, rig control and digital modes​

​ICOM IC-756 Pro III with microHam micro Keyer II and Bencher paddles

DZKit Sienna 100W HF Transceiver kit radio with Kent paddles and Radio Sport RS20S

​Heil GM4 boom mounted Mic and Radiosport RS60CF headset

Yaesu FT-897

National NCX-3 with Vibroplex Bug (original WA7BNG station circa 1965)

Mosely TA-33 Jr Yagi at 40 feet

Homebrew Windom cut for 10M - 80M at 38 feet​

Shunt fed tower for 160M

I QSL via Logbook of the World and will send you a card to hang on the wall if you need Colorado.

Ham radio has been and continues to be a great hobby for me. Now that I am "retired" I hope to spend more time in the shack and make better use of the toys I have accumulated. Hope to see you on the air.


Rick, WA7BNG



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