Re: Good map site for amateur radio locations

David, N9KT


You could start your own ham club up there!

But in looking closer, you really have no problems. The *vast* majority are Techs or inactive (less than 100 lookups on QRZ). Several are even listed in QRZ as SK. So even though it looks bad, none of them are on the air. WB9TJQ and his wife WB9TJR are listed as Novices!

The closest and only ham that might give you any problems is AA9NV to the North. He's somewhat active and has an amp. The rest, no problems.

-David, N9KT

On Sun, Mar 27, 2022 at 4:16 PM Dave Zeph <w9pa@...> wrote:

Hi Dave ...... I didn't know of ANY of these!  I did know of one fellow but he moved.  When we bought this land in 1974 there were only 4 houses in sight.  Before we moved to our the new house in 1975 one of those four had burned down.  Fortunately the housing development to our west & north located their retention ponds near our borders.  But for the most part we are surrounded!!

73 --> Dave, W9PA

On 2022-03-27 15:16, David, N9KT wrote:

You do have a lot, Dave! Maybe they're inactive like the one next door to me.
-David, N9KT

On Sun, Mar 27, 2022 at 3:06 PM Dave Zeph <w9pa@...> wrote:

Mike .... just for fun, enter my call W9PA.  You'll be shocked.  You are in the clear compared to me.

--- Dave

On 2022-03-27 12:52, Mike Wetzel wrote:

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