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I frequently use 160, 75, and 60 meters while I am mobile.  When operating at home, I enjoy SDR rigs. I use a Flex-6600 and a IC-7300. My antenna is a End Fed Half Wave up 15 feet. I also use a full wave loop that is resonant on 160 meters fed with 450-ohm ladder line. There is a 4:1 Balun behind the tuner, this allows it to be used as a non-resonant antenna on multiple bands. All contacts are uploaded to LoTW. QSL card or eQSL by request.

73, Dan

www.km6cq.com   @danielbaker
   DM09ch      SKCC: 8260      NAQCC: 6817     
      DMR Talkgroup SNARS 31328        D-Star: N7NDS & REF014C
This W1AW event was a lot of fun. The ARRL sent this to me.                             
I was very surprised and really appreciated it.





I worked on this for a while. I was able to earn my DXCC with 500
watts and a wire antenna that was 20' up at its highest point. I used
CW, Digital and Phone. LoTW made QSO conformations very simple.





I have been playing with Mototrbo DMR. It has been a lot of fun.
The mode in the Reno area is a big hit. There are six machines
strategically located in the area, they carry identical talk groups. This makes
for very nice HT coverage. Just put your HT in roam and it always works.
I have been enjoying bugs. Here are some of them in action.


A day at the park.






Here are some pictures of my mobile setup.
  • The HF antenna is a Scorpion SA6-160, 160 through 10 meters
  • The VHF/UHF antenna is a Diamond NR-770HBNMO
  • I use a Better RF antenna controller.
  • The antenna mount was made by a friend.
  • Matching the HF antenna input impedance is achieved with a shunt coil.
  • Amp; SGC-500 Power Cube.
  • HF radio: Icom IC-7000
  • VHF/UHF D-Star Radio: Icom ID-5100


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W8GU 2014-04-02 40m JT65 EN90hx United States Mark
N3IJW 2014-03-31 40m JT65 FM18kt United States Sean
WL7CG 2014-03-31 40m JT65 BP61xb Alaska Alan
N5LYJ 2014-03-31 40m JT9 EM03rx United States Kenneth
WU8Y 2014-03-31 40m JT9 EM28tw United States Joel R Stanley
WL7CG 2014-03-31 40m JT9 BP61xb Alaska Alan
AB3OF 2014-03-28 10m JT65 FM28 United States Barry J Bauer
AB3OF 2014-03-28 10m JT9 FM28lq United States Barry J Bauer
KA7HUO 2014-03-28 10m JT9 DN55 United States JESS F HERMAN
NS1O 2014-03-28 10m JT65 KN10 United States Allen
SV2DFK 2014-03-28 10m JT65 KN10lo Greece Angel
WN2T 2014-03-28 10m JT9 FM29kr United States Gregory
WO7A 2014-03-26 40m JT65 CN87qn United States Randy J Riha
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K8SIA 2014-03-22 10m JT9 EN82dm United States James E Besancon

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United States Counties Award#381
Granted: 2016-07-19 03:55:05   (KM6CQ)

  • 100 Counties Mixed
World Continents Award#9525
Granted: 2015-06-24 03:25:03   (KM6CQ)

  • 10 Meters Digital
  • 20 Meters Digital
  • 40 Meters Digital
  • 10 Meters Mixed
  • 20 Meters Mixed
  • 40 Meters Mixed
Grid Squared Award#8126
Granted: 2015-06-24 03:25:02   (KM6CQ)

  • Mixed Digital
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