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| QRZCQ - The database for radio hams |
2015-11-29 05:09:36 UTC
|Last update:||2015-11-19 23:23:39|
|QTH:||Pocatello, Idaho USA|
|DXCC Zone:||291 |
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|Last update:||2015-10-14 12:50:01|
|Extra QSL Info:||I will confirm through eQSL. You must enter the QSO for confirmation and printable QSL card.|
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I am active on the HF bands, 6 and 2 meter VHF. Modes are SSB, CW, RTTY, AM, FM, and PSK31. The equipment used is a Yaesu FT-2000 HF+ 50 Mhz transceiver, Yaesu Quadra VL-1000, SteppIR 3 element Yagi for operating 6 through 40 meters, an Inverted V for 40, 80 and 160 meters, and a dipole for 60 meters. The antennas are mounted on a 30 foot Aluminum tower from Universal Towers. Pocatello is located in the south-east part of the state of Idaho in Bannock county (grid: DN32). The elevation is 4500 ft (1300m) above sea level. Licensed since 1978.
Please QSL electronically by eQSL, and LoTW. My QSL card is available for downloading at eQSL after confirmation of our QSO. Authenticity Guaranteed.
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Yaesu Quadra VL-1000
SteppIr 3 element Yagi 40 to 6 meters
Alpha Delta DX-LB Antenna 160,80,40 meters
Homemade dipole for 60 meters
DX Code Of Conduct
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