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K4XU

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Dick Frey

Bend 97702
United States, OR

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Call data

Last update:2016-04-02 16:02:58
Continent:NA
Views:945
Main prefix:K
Class:Extra
Federal state:OR
US county:Deschutes
Latitude:44.0243637
Longitude:-121.2829685
Locator:CN94IA
DXCC Zone:291
ITU Zone:6
CQ Zone:3
Website:sites.google.com/site/k4x…
ULS record:249740

QSL data

Last update:2016-04-02 16:03:08
eQSL QSL:no
Bureau QSL:no
Direct QSL:YES
LoTW QSL:YES

Biography

I do not QSL via the bureau. I will QSL 100% with your SASE.
All my logs are loaded to LOTW; no eQSL.
If we made a QSO you cannot find on LOTW, send me an email.


Contester, #1 DXCC honor roll, and builder. President of Central Oregon DX Club and manager of the 7th Area QSO Party.

Started radio in October 1960 then W1FCC in 1968. I received K4XU in 1976. I have decided to stick with this one, regardless of the location. It makes for an interesting license plate collection after 50 years. When contesting, I'm disguised as N7XU.

Oct 2014: retired as RF power MOSFET development and applications engineer after previous RF design experience at Ten-Tec, ETO and Harris Broadcast.

Equipment

Elecraft K3 + Elecraft KPA500
TS590 + Alpha 86 (serial #0, the original engineering model)
SO2R-capable

TH6 @ 75ft (23m)
TA33 @ 40ft (12m)

Dipoles on 40m
Phased wire verticals on 80m
Shunt-fed tower on 160m

Beverages: 100m NW/SE and 150m NE/SW
6-el vert RX array on 40/80/160m

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