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QSL'S - eQSL, LOTW AND QRZ ALWAYS CONFIRMED.  PAPER QSL'S AVAILABLE DIRECT ONLY WITH SASE.  I DO NOT BELONG TO THE BUREAU.

I was first licensed in 1975 under the call sign WN0SMR and operated my Kenwood twins via CW mode. I was a member of the Aksarben Amateur Radio Club in Omaha, NE. at the time and had the honor of making the most novice CW contacts the club had ever acheived during field day. By 1976 I had obtained my General class license WB0SMR and switched to SSB operation. I upgraded to Amateur Extra Class in May of 2003. I changed my call to WG7H in April of 2004. In January of 2007 I started the digital modes and worked alot of PSK31.  Fast forward to 2017 and I now work FT8 and JT65 and am having a great time with them.  During this low sunspot cycle I am getting a lot of DX with these modes.  I use my IC7300 and a Gap Titan DX for the digital modes on 10 thru 40 and an Alpha Delta dipole for 80.  The DX I am getting is amazing.  

Below the first picture shows the high tension electrical wires going over the west end of my property.  The second picture is my Gap Titan DX antenna.  The electrical lines do not cause noise except when it rains, then I get static. Fortunately we don't get much rain here. \My noise levels are very tollerable and do not cause problems.   

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