This is Gary at his radio.
The winter antennas: MP33N on a 50ft crank up tower and a 33ft vertical for 40m
CU2JT Radio Station
The station is a Elecraft K3, back up is Kenwood TS-570D and
an IC706MKiiG in the car. Also an ACOM-1000 amplifier backed
up with an Ameritron AL-811. Antenna tuner is the Palstar AT2K.
Antennas are the Mosley MP-33N for 10/15/20M, a 2 x 66ft
inverted vee fed with a 600 ohms ladder. The 6m yagi is a 6M3
on a separate mast and rotator.
In May, 2009, about 38,000 QSO are logged from CU2JT.
My QSL card. I use my logging program to produce QSL cards. They are printed on cartoon paper on my laser
printer and I only have to sign the, All information is fetched from the database.
This is a screen dump of the CU2JT logger. It has been developed over a couple
of years and can do most of what you want from a logger:
The logger is constantly refined and has been used in regular QSO:s as well as hundreds of
contests since the start in August, 2004.
Built in online link to QRZ.com and DXscape web cluster.
- Works with MS Access or MS SQL Server databases
- Import and export ADIF files
- Produce contest logs in Cabrillo format
- Log searches on callsigns (full or part of), dates and times, operator names, QTH
- Convert miles/kilometers and centigrade/Fahrenheit
- Print out QSL cards
- Handle most of the major contests, including QTC handling in the WAEDC contest.
- Built in digital modes BPSK31, RTTY and MFSK with MACRO handling