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Martin J. Hall

Indio 92201-2888
United States, CA

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Call data

Last update:2018-03-10 18:25:43
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.)

Also operated in Costa Rica, Germany and Panama. Lived in Gie├čen, 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. (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.

SWL cards are welcome here, also.

I dabble with the satellites (birds) from time to time. (Usually when I'm out mountain-topping).

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

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

San Diego Six Shooters ARC.

ECRA - East County Repeater Association.

(Not all contacts are not listed on QRZCQ. RTTY and 6-M contacts kept separately).

Worked DXCCs:


Not going to list each and every item/radio ... Suffice it to say I own Yaesu, Icom, Alinco and Kenwood equipment. The "vast majority" of the equipment is Yaesu. (HF/VHF/UHF)

QRZCQ Awards

DXCC 200
ITU 60
CQ 30
IOTA 150

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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 via eQsl, Mail, and the Bureau (Buro).
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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 / Quartzfest entrance. Quartzsite, Arizona 1-26-2018.
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AC7AP / Field site 2006.

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