K4JAF

James D. Cox

5177 Casper Dr.

Chipley, FL 32428

I am originally from Gadsden, AL, graduated from Auburn University with a degree in Industrial Engineering. Worked for TVA in Chattanooga TN for 28 years as a Programmer and System Analyst. Moved to the Panama City, Florida area in 1995. I am very active in Amateur Radio, licensed since 1958 as K4JAF. Top of The DXCC Honor Roll, hold RTTY and CW DXCC, 5BDXCC with 12, 17, 30, 160 and 6 meter endorsements, DXCC Challenge - band countries with 2808 worked - 2760 confirmed, and VUCC 50 MHZ with over 700 worked - over 600 confirmed grid squares. Present Amateur equipment consists of the Flex 6600 tranceiver and Elecraft KPA500 amplifier. Antennas are a JK Navassa 6 band HF + 6 yagi at 40 feet, 33 foot homebrew vertical for 40 and the usual dipoles for 80 and 30. meters at about 40 feet.

My band countries worked-confirmed as of Aug 15, 2018 are:

6 meters   121-120
10 meters   334-331
12 meters   330-326
 15 meters   346-345
17 meters   339-335
20 meters   346-345
 30 meters   315-309
40 meters   308-298 
80 meters   278-264
160 meters   144-139

Mixed 352-352 (All 340 Current Countries Confirmed)---RTTY 335-332---CW 339-338---PHONE 350-349---FT-8 121-101   

 

Check out these Pictures of my Radio Equipment.....

 

 

 

10 Band DXCC and # 1 Honor Roll plaques

 

HF Five Band Yagi

 

6 Meter Quad

 

Vertical -- 80 or 160 Meters

 

 

 

80 and 40 Meter Dipoles, 2 Meter FM

 

Outside Antenna Disconnect Post

 

K9AY Receiving Loop Antenna




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