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KE0DC

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Doug Comer
2582 S Carson Way
Aurora 800142302
United States, CO

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Call data

Last update:2020-04-03 00:38:39
QTH:Aurora, CO
Continent:NA
Views:112
Main prefix:K
Class:Amateur Extra
Federal state:CO
US county:Arapahoe
Latitude:39.6698030
Longitude:-104.8231170
Locator:DM79OQ
DXCC Zone:291
ITU Zone:7
CQ Zone:4
Website:www.facebook.com/djc.enteā€¦
Skype:djc303
ULS record:4170749
Issued:2019-06-15

Most used bands

20m
(58%)
40m
(34%)
30m
(4%)
10m
(3%)
17m
(3%)

Most used modes

FT8
(86%)
FT4
(14%)
SSB
(1%)
JS8
(1%)
PSK31
(1%)

QSL dataUp to date!

Last update:2020-04-03 00:36:31
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:no
Direct QSL:no
LoTW QSL:YES
Extra QSL Info:QRZ.com, HamQTH.com, HRDLOG.net

Biography

I started off on 11m in 1993, talking to locals on channel 32 in SE Aurora, CO and 29 on the west side of Denver. When I was stationed at Fort Hood, TX, I ran 19 for a while. Then found a local ssb group on 38 LSB. When I was discharged from the Army in 2006, I moved to Fountain, CO where I found people on 39 LSB. A lot of the operators got their ham licenses after code was dropped. I was off the air from 2013 until I got my tech license on 9/11/2018. I then got my general on 10/20/2018. I got my extra on 6/15/2019.

73's

KE0DC

Doug Comer

719-464-9232

Worked DXCCs:

Equipment

Right now, I have a QYT KT-980Plus, Yaesu FT-890, Alinco DR-570T (being repaired), Hytera AR482G, Anytone AT-D878UV and a Radiodity/ Baofeng UV-82X3. I have a Tram 1481 dual band antenna and a G5RV Jr. inverted V, so far.

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