Photo: Paul KØJPL and XYL Linda Lou, March 9, 2010.our anniversary!
Try to practice good operating habits. In a pile-up, only send your call after the DX station is finished with the previous contact. Don't be a "frequent caller" , establish a rythym and stay off of the DX stations frequency. If you have to be a "cop" try to time your remarks as not to interfere with the DX stations transmission. All of this only slows down the operation.
On the air since 1957. I use my club call WØJPL in most contests. Member Society of Midwest Contesters (SMC), the MVDX/CC--Mississippi Valley DX and Contest Club. I only need North Korea for a "sweep"! I sort the letter "J" for the Zero District QSL Bureau. Sort means I receive and mail out DX QSL's for zero district Hams with a "J" as the first letter of their suffix. (example: KIØJ). Visit our website www.zeroburo.org/ for information on how to order envelopes if your in the Zero district of the USA. . Keep the ZERO bureau running smoothly by having envelopes and extra postage on hand. CW is my very favorite mode and I LOVE contesting!
73 de Paul, KØJPL***I QSL 100%***
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