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KC7HDE

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Norman Tennyson

Blaine 98230
United States, Washington

NA
united states
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Call data

Last update:2018-04-06 23:58:11
QTH:4 miles south of the Canadian Border
Continent:NA
Views:368
Main prefix:K
Class:Gerneral
Federal state:Washington
US county:Whatcom
Latitude:48.9150217
Longitude:-122.7401267
Locator:CN88PV
DXCC Zone:291
ITU Zone:6
CQ Zone:3
ULS record:468628

Most used bands

40m
(24%)
80m
(13%)
20m
(10%)
17m
(7%)
15m
(7%)

Most used modes

DIG
(35%)
JT65
(27%)
PH
(19%)
SSB
(19%)
CW
(2%)

QSL dataUp to date!

Last update:2018-04-07 00:02:02
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:YES
Direct QSL:YES
LoTW QSL:no

Biography

I've been licensed since 07-12-1994 and enjoy what we do every day.
The rig I first had was a Radio Shack htx 202 for VHF then bought a RCI 2950 10 meter rig a month later to get a taste of HF.
I then bought a Swan 700cx HF 5 band rig and loved that rig every minute of every day I turned it on.
I wanted so bad to (as every one else can relate.) be on as many bands as possible bought a Yaesu FT707 for the WARC bands then a Kenwood TS-690s with the 6m band.
I really loved that TS-690s with the 6m...
I sold all I had to buy the Kenwood TS-2000 with power supply as it has 9 bands and VHF/UHF in 2005.
I am running a TS-2000 to a Butternut HF9V chain link fence post mounted with only a couple of radials on 20m-30m-40m-80m for now.
I run 45 watts out on JT65A other digital modes. I run the full 100 watts out while on SSB phone and CW.

Hope to work you soon :)

Worked DXCCs:

Equipment

Kenwood TS-2000 through a Heathkit SA-2060 to a Butternut HF9V Vertical chain link fence post mounted.

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