I operate HF and VHF, as well as VHF mobile. I have UHF capabilities but seldom use them. I am usually on vintage equipment, so most of my HF work is SSB phone on 80, 40, 20, 15, and 10 meters. my station is described here (with a page on my Teletype Model 28 KSR here).
Other people's web sites, books I've found helpful, etc. A collection of high quality information on radio and hobby electronics.
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