For FAST QSL:
W7BRS P.O. Box 27 Fall City, WA 98024 USAFor SLOW QSL: use the Bureau:
W7BRS c/o Willamette Valley DX Club P.O. Box 5993 Boring, OR 97009 USA
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These are things I build, repaired, collected:
Regulated Power supply
Tennis Ball Launcher
3-500ZG Homebrew Linear
QuickStick ™ Antenna
Experiments with Window-sill Antenna
Franklin High School Radio Club 1932
Old W7BRS from 1931
W7BRS QSL From the past
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Are you in my log?
This is an online log that searches a copy of my Log imported to MySQL and code generates a table of QSO data per band and mode (just HF and SSB/CW frequencies and modes for the time being.).
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73 and DX,
What's here (starting at scope): Tek 2246 four channel 100Mhz storage scope, Heil ProSet, Palstar 2kW dummy load, MFJ 269 Analyzer, MFJ tuner (given away to KJ7QT), (above it) MFJ 200W auto-tuner (don't get one, go LDG instead), S-video monitor, FT-2800 (brick 2m rig), MFJ speakers, below-- Heathkit HO-10 monitor, FT-897D (not bad radio), MFJ 25A powersupply (worth it), Bencher BY-1 paddle (great) K42 CW Keyer, keyboard, Protek 6500 DMM (not bad, good Fluke clone), Far right: Homebrew linear
Not pictured: K3, Beringer 802 mixer, DBX 266L gate, Hygain Rotator control, Yaesu G-550 rotator control, Palstar AT-AUTO tuner (meow!), homebrew 20A power supply.