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Digital  PSK , QPSK, JT65 , JT9

CW  -  FISTS 14704 SKCC 6360

SSB  - OMISS.NET    #7536

Usually on 20 /40 /80/ meters cw, psk31, ssb

LOTW or Direct preferred or QRZ 

No longer using eQSLtill arrl/eQSL link.

OM #: 7536

Edit: January 2015

Hi all and thanks for visiting. I am using 100 watt Yaesu now.

Still with the same antenna's as below. Trying to remember my

cw again. Lost it for a while. Doing about 15-18 wpm so be patient.

Now using Ham Radio Deluxe for all digital contacts, Ill take a pic soon.

My solar panel died so maybe its time for a new one, but for now , just using

a 12v powersupply.

Thanks for visiting!

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Field Day 2012 May , I have gone "OFF the Grid"

100 watt solar panel, 2 marine batteries, 7 amp charge controller.

QRP under 40 watts usually, many under 10 watts.

Yes I have this pokey hamstik dipole up 30 feet for 20 meters

and a multiband ENDFED ZEPP for all other bands.

I am still hunting for that elusive Antartica station.

My latest QRP radio is fabulous: HB-1A 20 30 40 meters

blue digital display , great eham reviews, worked multiple cross country

stations with 9.5 volt battery!

 

 


 

 

 

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