HF Antenna Building

On Wednesday, November 9th 2022, the Delaware Valley Radio Association monthly meeting will feature a presentation by Tim Duffy, K3LR titled “HF Antenna Building”.

In peron meetings will continue this month at Our Lady of Good Counsel Church, 137 W Upper Ferry Rd, Ewing Township, NJ 08628 (Driving Direction). For the convenience of our members, this meeting will also be hosted on Zoom this month. Members will receive an email with instructions on how to join the Zoom teleconference by November 7th. Members of the public are invited to request conference credentials by sending a message to webmaster@w2zq.com.

Tim Duffy is the CEO of DX Engineering and he will be sharing his knowledge and experiences on the topic of HF antenna building.

Tim was first licensed in 1972 and is very active on the HF bands. K3LR enjoys hosting multi DX radio contest events. Tim likes to help bring new people into the hobby by mentoring them in the fun of amateur radio. He is president of his local ham club, the Mercer County Amateur Radio Club and is active in RACES, ACS and ARES.

Tim is a member of the CQ Contest Hall of Fame and was on Team USA for the World Radio Team Championship (WRTC) five times. He is the founder and chairman of Contest University (CTU) and is also chairman of the World Wide Radio Operators Foundation (WWROF) and graduate of Pennsylvania State University.

Tim is the recipient of the 2015 Amateur of the Year Award presented by the Dayton Hamvention® Awards Committee and the 2016 YASME Excellence Award.

Open to the public. Feel free to join for all or part of the meeting.

  • Announcements at 7:00 PM
  • Featured Presentation at 7:05 PM
  • Combined Directors/Business Meeting
  • 1/2 hour Social gathering after the presentation

Looking forward to seeing everyone at the meeting!

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