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2017-09-22 15:25:31 UTC









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Martin J. Hall

Indio 92201-2888
United States, CA

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Call data

Last update:2017-09-17 13:50:07
QTH:Indio, Ca.
Main prefix:K
Federal state:CA
US county:Riverside
DXCC Zone:291
ITU Zone:6
CQ Zone:3
ULS record:2802975

QSL dataUp to date!

Last update:2017-07-05 05:59:48
Bureau QSL:YES
Direct QSL:YES


Started out in the hobby when I lived in Japan in 1969. (I've had several call signs over the years, this one since 2006.)

Operated in Costa Rica, Germany and Panama. (Lived in Gießen, Germany 8 1/2 years and in Tachikawa, Japan 5 1/2 years. Costa Rica and Panama were short two-week adventures.)

Operate "100-watts max" on HF ... no amps. (Three small stations. Nothing fancy or exotic). CW and RTTY are my preferred modes. Operate 40 thru 6-meters, but I'm on 10/12/15 and 17-meters most of the time when I'm on the air.

I dabble with the satellites (birds) from time to time. (Usually when the HF bands are in the gutter).

Operate SSB/CW on 2-mtrs, 432 and 6-mtrs. (Mountaintopping)

Played the EmComm gig (ARES/RACES) in the late 80's and early 90's when I lived in another part of California. Went to wildfires, floods and earthquake damaged areas in California during that time ... but now ... it's strictly a hobby these days.

SWL cards are welcomed. No need for SASE's, "green stamps," or IRC's. I will answer via eQSL, mail, or the bureau (BURO), depending on how I received them. (Also an SWL: WA6054SWL).

Secondary QTH: Sierra Vista, Arizona (Cochise County) ... on some weekends. QSL cards made up for both locations, depending on which QTH you worked. (DM13vr & DM41um)

All contacts are not listed on QRZCQ.

(I also use I do not use

Worked DXCCs:


QRZCQ Awards

DXCC 200
ITU 60
CQ 30
IOTA 150

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Other images

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AC7AP / Work bench.
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AC7AP / Scrounged parts.
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AC7AP / Pic B
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AC7AP / Working on a 440 beam.
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AC7AP / Garage station.
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AC7AP / QSL's the old fashioned way.
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AC7AP / Work bench.
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AC7AP / Pic G
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AC7AP / Pic H
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AC7AP / Small station in the corner of the house office.
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AC7AP / Refurbishing an antenna.
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AC7AP / Field site.
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AC7AP / Stationiert in Gießen, Deutschland ... bei "Rivers Barracks". Ich war in der Kommunikation (RTTY und CW Betreiber) in einer Artillerie-Einheit. Foto: 1974

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