Welcome to the WA0TDA remotely-controlled HF amateur radio station located in Woodbury, Minnesota USA in grid square EN34mv. 

The station consists of an Icom IC-7200 transceiver running up to 100 watts to a 200 foot double extended zepp antenna, commonly called a “W0OXB Special”.  It operates during the day and early evening hours in the USA Central Time Zone.

The radio is controlled for both transmit and receive via the free W4MQ rig control software.  Amateur Radio is a service licensed by the FCC in the United States and by the respective licensing agencies in other countries around the world. You must hold and amateur radio license to operate amateur radio transmitting equipment.

Connect with Echolink for HF receive only

Any USA-licensed amateur radio operator (Technician or above) or operator licensed at the corresponding level in another country may use Echolink to control the WA0TDA remote base station receiver. No special permission is needed from the owner of the station.  Simply use your Echolink application to search for WA0TDA-L, then connect.  The station is receive only – transmit via Echolink is disabled. You may control the stations’ frequency by typing it into the text box.  Typing the letters U or L change the sideband to USB or LSB.

No -L or -R connections are allowed – only users.