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Thanks for looking at my page. I’ve been a ham for over 17 years and I have enjoyed the hobby in many ways. My interests are mainly CW HF contesting and DXing. I am a proud 20 WPM Extra Heavy.

I live in the woods of upstate New York with my Lovely wife Annette, my wonderful son Kevin, My fabulous daughter K2OMG / Emily, our dog and our two cats.

I have a modest antenna garden. I am fortunate that I can have a Flat-top center fed Dipole for 160 meters that is up at about 50 feet AGL, fed with LMR 400. I have a 40 meter coax fed, CF dipole as well,. I recently put up a cage dipole for 40 meters and it seems to be doing well. I have CF dipoles for 15 and 20 , both are fed with LMR 400. I use an off center fed dipole for 80 Meters. This is a very good antenna as well. I have a Opek Vertical for VHF and UHF and I have J-poles for 2 meters and 6 meters. I like to make the J-poles out of copper pipe. I recently put up a packet cluster for Field Day and my friends and I have been playing with that.

In addition to my Yaesu FT1000MP. I have jumped onto the Elecraft KX3 bandwagon.  I also have an Oak Hills Research QRP rig. Lately I have been spending most of my time on the KX3.

I have recently resurected my Oak hills OHR 100A 40 QRP rig. I have been having quite a bit of fun with that rig, which I built myself. I use my 40 Meter dipole and I have a DSP bandpass filter from timewave that I use. It is trulyamazing how easy QRP really is.

For station control and such I use N1MM. I grew up on CT and Writelog but I now use N1MM logger pretty much exclusively. I control the MP and the KX3 via a USB link and I use a K1EL Winkeyer. I have Writelog as a backup. I have dabbled with HRD and I dont like it.

I have 4 computers in the shack. Each has a different task, one for APRS, one for Reverse beacon Network / Telnet spots and one for control / logging.

I do enjoy chewing the rag on 2 meter FM and 6 Meter FM, and that is about the extent of my phone operating. I don’t like SSB contesting and DXing and I don’t like rag chewing on the HF bands either. I much prefer CW. You will find me in the big contests and on CW hunting and pouncing DX nightly.

I use RUFZxp and Morse runner for CW exercise. I am teaching K2OMG the CW ropes using G4FON and RUFZxp.

So anyhow, I QSL via paper or the LOTW/EQSL system. I enjoy getting paper QSL’s so please send them.

I dabble with APRS for amusement, look for WK2T-9.

Seven Three


Pictures Clockwise from the top: The Opek Vertical being secured.The cage of death. The shack as of 12/31/2012 and the view about 40 feet below the feed point of the 40 meter dipole looking to the west by north west.

Opek Vertical

CW DXCC; CW Worked All States, FISTS #16147


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W9LW 2013-08-04 40m CW EN71ka United States JAY M FARLOW
AA3B 2013-08-03 40m CW FN20ei United States JOSEPH W TRENCH
K8BTU 2013-08-03 40m CW EN80lf United States William R Morris
K9UCX 2013-07-30 30m CW EM59ds United States KENNETH R CARY
KG4JOK 2013-07-29 20m CW FM05lc United States WALTER BARIC
KN9V 2013-07-28 20m CW EM69tx United States EDWARD K METZLER
N8ZYA 2013-07-22 40m CW EM98ei United States John W Smithson, Jr
KA3EHL 2013-07-22 40m CW FM18in United States Charles E Helverson
K9UCX 2013-07-19 40m CW EM59ds United States KENNETH R CARY
K7JFD 2013-07-18 20m CW DM43dg United States James F Davies
NK8O 2013-07-18 20m CW EM28pp United States CHARLES W POWELL
AA3B 2013-07-13 15m CW FN20ei United States JOSEPH W TRENCH
DL3SBP 2013-07-13 40m CW JN48wp Germany Andreas Hinner

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