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First licensed as Novice 1961: WN6PQN in SFO Bay Area, California. Started out with Heathkit DX 20 xmtr, Heathkit AR-3 rcvr and Heathkit QF-1 Q Multiplier. Dipole on roof. Age 16. Then improved antenna to Hy-Gain 14AVS vertical on the roof. Next rcvr was Electrovoice RME 4350A. A real step up from the AR-3: very good selectivity and generally a much better rcvr. Worked great with the Q Multiplier. Was still dipping and loading with the xmtr - glad I learned the process and theory behind it but it did get tiresome along with having to change crystals. Moved to Idaho for my career years and bought a Ten-Tec Century 21 xcvr - thought I had died and gone to heaven. First xcvr and the QSK was WONDERFUL. Sold that to raise money I needed to get a career started. Next rig was a Kenwood TS-430 - I really enjoyed that one. Wore it out! Next set-up was Ten-Tec Omni VII with T-T Centurion amp and their antenna tuner. Antenna was a GAP Voyager. Also had a horizontal loop 812 feet around - fed with window line. Loop was 5 feet above ground hanging on fence posts. A good low noise receiving antenna. Retired and moved to Tucson, Arizona. I enjoy ARRL Field Day. In 2017 I added a new Kenwood TS-590SG as my Field Day Radio. I operate battery power 100 watts ssb to a G5RV up 35 feet on an 8,000 foot mountain above Tucson. Old Timer now. Still pounding brass. Always casual op.  Enjoy SKCC. Primary home station equipment is still my Ten-Tec gear. Used to spend winters in Green Valley, Arizona and the rest of the year in Idaho.  Now a permanent resident in Tucson.  Live in HOA community.  Good bye big vertical antenna and monster loop.  Lucky to have any antenna.  Looks like it will be a G5RV.  Center up 35 feet. Better than QRT.  I am an ARRL member and belong to two local ham radio clubs: Radio Society of Tucson K7RST and Green Valley Amateur Radio Club in Green Valley, Arizona. Keep your antenna up and your key down. Best regards.

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KW6L 2013-10-09 20m CW CM87sr United States JAMES A SANDERS
N3ADF 2013-08-30 80m CW FM18ox United States JAMES L WALLACE
K6EGE 2013-08-30 80m CW DM35ae United States Walter P Figurelli
N2DKB 2012-01-22 40m CW EM79ax United States CLARENCE V DAILY
KM4BI 2012-01-19 40m CW EM75jb United States RALPH D WARD
IZ8MXB 2012-01-18 15M CW JM88eu Italy Fabio Richichi
KF0AX 2012-01-16 15m CW EN32da United States PHILIP J LEININGER
W1CTT 2012-01-14 15m CW FN44vc United States Steven E Cornett
AB0XE 2012-01-03 20m CW EN34lu United States Stephen F Howard
KD8QBF 2011-12-30 15m CW EN72qr United States Daniel H Cameron
AA2KC 2011-12-21 10m CW FN02ic United States DONALD E WINANS
KB8NOD 2011-10-22 40m CW EM79vs United States RONALD L MILES, JR
K4QLS 2011-10-10 20m CW EM73ux United States JAMES C WEBB
KF7FVQ 2011-08-15 40m CW DN64ms United States MARK D ELLEDGE
KB6UNC 2011-06-25 20M SSB DN40aq United States DAN W REID

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