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Bryce K. Anderson

American Fork 84003
United States, UT

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Call data

Last update:2013-10-30 17:09:22
QTH:Near Salt Lake City, Utah
Continent:NA
Views:672
Main prefix:K
Class:Amateur Extra Class
Federal state:UT
US county:Utah
Latitude:40.3971100
Longitude:-111.8118220
Locator:DN40CJ
DXCC Zone:291
ITU Zone:6
CQ Zone:3
ULS record:262285

QSL data

Last update:2015-08-22 22:44:48
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:YES
Direct QSL:YES
LoTW QSL:YES

Biography

I have been licensed since age 12 in 1961 when my father, K7SAJ (SK), and I got our licenses together. I am a DXer and primarily work CW, but also SSB and some RTTY.

Equipment

My main radios are two Elecraft K3 transceivers with two matching Alpha 99 amplifiers. One of my K3s has the Elecraft P3 panadapter and Elecraft 6M preamp. I also have an Elecraft KPA-500 amp that I use some on HF, but primarily on 6M. I like to play around with old radios. I have an old Kenwood TS-940SAT and Kenwood TL-922A station and my original novice station from 1961, which is a Lettine model 240 transmitter at 20 watts output and a Hallicrafters S-40A receiver. My main HF & 6M antenna is a 3 element SteppIR Yagi with the 30/40M rotatable dipole and passive 6M director elements. The SteppIR is mounted at 72 feet (22M) on a US Tower crankup tower. I use a base loaded 43 ft Zero-five vertical with 76 radials on 80 & 160M. On 2M I have a TE Systems 1410G 200 watt amp being driven by an internal transverter in one of the K3s. My 2M antenna is an eight element cross polarized Gulf Alpha 8ELXP Yagi. It can be remotely switched from horizontal polarization for SSB/CW or vertical polarization for FM.

  

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