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2019-10-15 07:38:16 UTC
 

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KB4EE

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Fred Lindeman

Coconut Creek 33066
United States, FL

NA
united states

Call data

Previous call:KB4EUZ
Last update:2019-03-22 14:41:16
QTH:South Florida
Continent:NA
Views:16
Main prefix:K
Class:Extra
Federal state:FL
US county:Broward
Latitude:26.2437527
Longitude:-80.1840161
Locator:EL96VF
DXCC Zone:291
ITU Zone:8
CQ Zone:5
ULS record:4136777
Issued:2019-03-22

QSL dataUp to date!

Last update:2018-10-23 20:36:14
eQSL QSL:no
Bureau QSL:YES
Direct QSL:YES
LoTW QSL:YES

Biography

I have been licensed since 1984, while in the Army I also held DA1DX call from 1989 - 1994 while in Germany.

I up graded to Extra February and received vanity call KB4EE.

Operated with KB4EUZ call from novice till up grading to extra and receiving vanity call March 2019.

I am now operating out of South Florida eather in Coconut Creek or Okeechobee Florida.

The Rig in Coconut Creek is a IC-7300 bear foot into a dipole up at 30 feet.

The Rig in Okeechobee is a IC 7300 into numerous dipoles or wire antannas that will be changing till I find the best

combination.

I primarly operate CW in an attempt to see if I will ever be able to copy code in my head!

I like contesting and Dxing. I am still trying to WAS and obtain DXCC from both QTH.

I assume you are looking this up after a QSO, Thanks for the time on the air and I hope to meet again.

If you need a QSL just send a QSL to my address, use Log Book of the World. I will be happy to exchange QSL's.

SASE are apprecciated but not required. I also use the Bureau.

I am intrested in DX'ing the HF band and working all States with a wire antenna(s) and 100 watts or less.



73's and thank for letting me pratice a CW QSO with you!

Fred

  

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