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KL7TC

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William E Hunstein

99710-0647 Fairbanks
Alaska, AK

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Call data

Last update:2019-12-02 00:44:26
QTH:Fairbanks
Continent:NA
Views:124
Main prefix:K
Class:Extra
Federal state:AK
Latitude:64.9146361
Longitude:-147.6435622
Locator:BP64EV
DXCC Zone:6
ITU Zone:1
CQ Zone:1
ULS record:615215

QSL dataUp to date!

Last update:2019-12-02 00:15:00
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:YES
Direct QSL:YES
LoTW QSL:YES
Extra QSL Info:Clublog and QRZ.com

Biography

Thanks for visiting my page. Bill here from Fairbanks, Alaska. I have lived in Alaska since 1982 except for a few years in New Mexico (2003-2006) but was not active at the time. I got my license in 1982ish as a novice (WL7BBB) and became an extra in about 1983. I actually held WL7BBB & KL7TC at the same time due to FCC mistakes and picked KL7TC as my final call. I ran contests with KL7IRT and then KL7RA for years but then went inactive from about 2003-2019....and am now back and building up a station my new house (only a cobweb antenna for winter). My dad is KL7XD and used his station in North Pole, Alaska for years.


Ten-Ten #48995; ARRL Life Member, Arctic ARC-Fairbanks, North Pole Contest Group (KL7RA).

Equipment

Radio: IC-73000-Primary; FT-857d-Alternate/Mobile; TS-440s-backup/extra
Antenna: MFJ 1838 Cobweb at 55ft
Amp: (on order)-Linear Experts 1.5kFA

FUTURE:
- Towers with tri-bander (10, 15, 20); WARC yagi; and KLM 4 element 40meter yagi.
- Wires for 60, 80, and maybe 160

  

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