Thank you for visiting the K2AK (previously K7WIN) Amateur Radio QRZ Webpage.
This page contains information pertaining to the operation of Amateur Radio Station K2AK.
My name is Jeffrey Thomas (Jeff) and I have been an Amateur Radio Operator since June 1976.
I was first licensed as a Novice class operator in the state of New Jersey with call sign WA2QZA. At that time CW (morse code) was require to get a ham license.
I upgraded my license to Advanced Class in August of 1976, and was issued the call sign N2AEW which I held until February 1999 when I requested and was issued the vanity call of W2JRT. In March of 2007, I changed vanity call signs to K7WIN. After upgrading to Amateur Extra Class and searching I upgraded to the 1X2 call sign of K2AK which is in 2-Land where I was first licensed.
From November 1983 to January 1985, I operated HL9JT from a mountaintop in Suwon, South Korea and completed over 15000 contacts with stations from around the world.
I love SIX Meter openings. My 5 element Cushcraft Yagi works wonders. I am also active on the HF bands. I also can be worked on the growing JT65 and JT9-1weak signal modes. Thank you K1JT (Joe) and VK3AMA (Laurie) for WSJT-X, JT-Alert, and JT-Macros for making weak signal modes so much fun and easy to track.
Over the years, I have received many awards and certificates for Amateur Radio operating achievements. Included in his achievements are DXCC, WAS, WAS-Digital, WAS-CW, WAS-Phone,WAS-JT65, WAS-Triple Play, WAS-OSCAR, WAC, VUCC, and many others. I have completed over 4000 satellite contacts in just a couple years.
If you are unable to find the information you are looking for, please send me an email with a description of your request. Comments and suggestions are also welcome.Please visit my website at http://www.k2ak.net.
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