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 2797 worked - 2740 confirmed, and VUCC 50 MHZ with over 600 worked - 500 confirmed grid squares. Present Amateur equipment consists of the Elecraft K3S tranceiver and Elecraft KPA500 amplifier. Antennas are a JK Navassa 6 band HF + 6 yagi at 40 feet, 65 foot homebrew vertical for 80, and 160 meter DX and the usual dipoles for 80, 30 and 40 meters at about 40 feet.

My band countries worked-confirmed as of Nov 19, 2016 are:

6 meters   121-120
10 meters   334-331
12 meters   330-325
 15 meters   345-344
17 meters   338-333
20 meters   345-344
 30 meters   313-305
40 meters   304-292 
80 meters   272-254
160 meters   144-139

Mixed 352-352 (All 340 Current Countries Confirmed)---RTTY 333-326---CW 338-337---PHONE 350-350  

 

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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