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2020-07-09 04:28:28 UTC
 

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W0AMX

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Brian Stockman

Stewartville 55976
United States, MN

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Call data

Last update:2020-06-04 16:37:48
Continent:NA
Premium:YES
Views:21
Main prefix:K
Class:General
Federal state:MN
Latitude:43.8736909
Longitude:-92.5057061
Locator:EN33RU
DXCC Zone:291
ITU Zone:8
CQ Zone:5
ULS record:4261360
Issued:2020-03-13

Most used bands

20m
(56%)
40m
(14%)
30m
(14%)
80m
(7%)
10m
(6%)

Most used modes

FT8
(72%)
MFSK
(21%)
LSB
(5%)
USB
(3%)
AM
(1%)

QSL dataUp to date!

Last update:2020-06-04 15:44:30
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:no
Direct QSL:no
LoTW QSL:YES

Biography

My name is Brian, I live in Stewartville, MN



W0AMX is a new vanity call for me, the call reminds me of my all-time favorite classic muscle car, the 1970 AMC AMX, and someday I hope to have another one. My original call was N0ZQB as a newly licensed tech back in 1993, it was a tongue twister, so once I was able to get a vanity call, I did, I then changed my call to K0BAS. I kept that call for several years and upgraded to general along the way too.

I changed back to my original call for some reason I don’t remember, then recently changed to W0AMX, I'll keep this one for a while I think.

I'm active on HF, not a big station, but suites me fine. As of this writing, I am using a IC-7300, an 1KW ss amp and a Butternut HF9V vertical in the back yard/garden. There are a lot of radials under it, I lost count, but I know there are at least 80, it works well enough for now, I just keep waiting for those new trees to get big enough to hold up a wire.

Other info:

My 444.250 repeater under the club call of KE0VYV is located in the center of town at the All American Coop. The antenna is 130' up on a grain leg and the coverage is good for several small communities in the area, plus it covers lots of farms and rural homes with in a 20-30-mile radius. The repeater is both FM and C4FM (Yaesu system fusion). PL is 136.5 for you analog guys. It is also linked to the internet and allows connection to Wires-X rooms. Normally linked to Minnesota Nice room.

The club also has a VHF 147.015 PL 110.9 FM/Fusion repeater owned by KD0ORR under the club call of KE0VYV. That repeater is located 110ft up on a grain leg near Wykoff, MN It covers most of Fillmore CO. The two repeaters can be linked FM or digital with in a few minutes when needed.



That's it from here. Thank you for stopping by, be safe, be strong, and be there for those that need you. I hope to hear you on the air soon.



73! and good DX, de W0AMX

QSL Info:

No paper QSL cards, but I'll be happy to exchange eQSL cards with you.

eQSL, LOTW, QRZ log, Club log.

Worked DXCCs:

Equipment

HF setup. IC-7300 / MXL-990 / Tokyo Hy-Power HL-1.5KFX / MFJ-998 / Butternut HV9V 80 + radials
VHF/UHF. FTM400DXR / GP9 (30ft) / FTM100DR Mobile
Repeater. DR-1X / DB-404 @ 130' Located in the center of town. Covers more than a dozen communities and rural landscape in the area
Link system: FTM100DR / HRI-200 remote located provides data/linking connection to the repeater.

QRZCQ Awards

DXCC 30
ITU 20
CQ 20

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