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John Wisniowski

Tucson 85713
United States, AZ

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Call data

Last update:2024-02-18 04:24:08
QTH:Tucson
Continent:NA
Premium:YES
Views:1101
Main prefix:K
Class:Advanced
Federal state:AZ
US county:Pima
Latitude:32.1957000
Longitude:-111.0937000
Locator:DM42KE
DXCC Zone:291
ITU Zone:6
CQ Zone:3
Website:app.weathercloud.net/d057…
ULS record:712688

Most used bands

40m
(37%)
20m
(28%)
15m
(10%)
10m
(9%)
30m
(5%)

Most used modes

FT8
(44%)
USB
(26%)
JT65
(16%)
LSB
(10%)
RTTY
(3%)

QSL dataUp to date!

Last update:2023-09-04 05:23:00
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:no
Direct QSL:YES
LoTW QSL:YES
Extra QSL Info:HRDLog.net, QRZ.com

Biography

Hobbies: Camping, Fishing, Ham Radio, Weather Reporting & Recording, Photography, Off-Highway / 4x4 exploring, and Shooting (Cowboy Action, and Target). NRA Certified Instructor.

I retired from Hughes Aircraft Company (Fullerton) and Southern California Edison in 2014.

Got my first call sign in 1969. I had my first QSO on July 20, 1969, at the same time man first stepped on the Moon.

I was off the air for many years but returned to it just before retiring. That and fishing seemed like the right thing to do.

I have 20m thru 450 MHz access in almost all modes.

My favorite operations are working DX, VHF/UHF openings, and Contests.

Clubs, etc.: ARRL, AMSAT, QCWA, SCDXC, 10-10 International (41556), SMIRK (5094), SCE / EARN ARC, San Diego Six Shooters ARC, NRA, and SASS.

Look for me operating FT8 or JT65 on 6/10/12/15/17/20m sometimes late at night.

QSL via: Both LoTW and eQSL or Direct

Please check out my weather station at: https://app.weathercloud.net/d0571870878#current

Worked DXCCs:

Equipment




•Radios:

Yaesu FTdx-5000MP with Yaesu SCU-17 interface, and Yaesu DMU-2000, HF, 6m

Yaesu FT-736R with SignaLink USB interface, HF, 6m, 2m, 220Mhz, 440MHz

Yaesu FT-857D (mobile & portable), HF, 6m, 2m, 440MHz

Yaesu FT-726R, 6m,2m,430MHz

Yaesu FT-767GX, HF, 6m, 2m, 440MHz

Kenwood TM-621A, 2m & 220MHz

Yaesu VX-8, 6m, 2m, 220Mhz, and 440 MHz

Yaesu FT-60R, 2m, and 440 MHz

Yaesu FT70D, 2m & 440MHx, C4FM & Analog

Yaesu FTM-500D, @m & 440MHz, C4FM & Analog

AnyTone 868 & 878, 2m and 440MHz, DMR & Analog


•Amplifiers:

Yaesu VL-1000 Quadra System 1kw

Ameritron AL-811HD 850w

Yaesu FL-2100B 800w

TE Systems Model 4410G, (420 – 450 MHz), 100w, with internal GASFet Preamp

Mirage Model B1016, (2m), 150w, with external ARR GASFet Preamp

Mirage Model A1015, (6m), 150w, with external ARR GASFet Preamp

Mirage Model C211G, (220-225 MHz), 110w, with internal GASFet Preamp

rfconcepts Model rfc 3-22, with internal Preamp


•Antennas:

steppIR DB-11 @ 43ft, fully extended

Homemade 40m/30m inverted Vee ... (works on 60m, 80m under construction)

Cushcraft R5 Vertical, 6m/10m/12m/15m/17m/20m (yes it works on 6m)

LDG AT-600 Pro II, Antenna Tuner

Yaesu ATAS 125 Mobil Vertical Antenna


•Computer & Software:

12th Gen Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-12700, 2.10 GHz, Running Windows 11

Ham Radio Deluxe

JT65-HF HB9HQX

wsjtx-win64

JTAlert

HamSpots.com

DX-Maps.com

PSK Reporter

QRZCQ Awards

DXCC 200
ITU 60
CQ 30
IOTA 200

DX Code Of Conduct

dx code of conduct small logoI support the "DX Code Of Conduct" to help to work with each other and not each against the others on the bands.

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